Waiting out the 1975 Angolan civil war is, for Kapuscinksi, an excuse for some stunningly beautiful character studies.
Davis successfully flirts with the outer fringes of prose limits in this wildly creative collection of stories.
A wife says: "I came the office but you were not there, so I took a walk, alone…"
"Sinically depressed" are the hardest to understand when you're not one.
With your Rome roommate, there's clean and then there's Leopardi clean.
Offer pork chops to a whirlwind and you get… a whirlwind.
The Keats-Shelley Memorial House is currently celebrating a six-year centenary that began in 2003.
If dad didn't do it, who did? And why are Leo and Ale making eyes at each other?
The verbal cataloging of one's meal is part of the pleasure of eating in Italy.
Columnist Erica Firpo says that taking your pet on a trip depends on its passport. Getting one is the hard part.
Matthew Lebowitz: "When Michael is doing his best to forget about Clara, he will decide finally that she looked more like an extraterrestrial..."