“The Storm” By Tomás González Translated from the Spanish by Andrea Rosenberg 174 pp. Archipelago Books. $16. “The Storm” is a short, dry but occasionally gripping novel about what happens when a storm tests the already strained ties of familial and economic relationships during 24 hours in a Columbian vacation destination. Twin brothers Mario and Javier and their father are going fishing to catch food … Continue reading No, Not that Stormy: Review of "The Storm"
“Love can transpose to form and dignity: Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind.” – William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream Love by Hanne Ørstavik (1969-) Translated from the Norwegian by Martin Aitken 125 pp. Archipelago Books. $17 Love is not a manifesto about family values or a case study about the psychological harm single, working mothers can cause. Instead Love is … Continue reading We Found Love in a Frozen Place: A Review of "Love"