The Answer is ColombiaJune 2013
Reading Gabriel García Márquez’s morbidity in the happiest country on earth.
Our Reality Has Not Been MagicalApril 2009
With a newly-elected leftist government in El Salvador, exiled Salvadoran novelist Horacio Castellanos Moya is optimistic about the future of a country that once responded to his novels with death threats.
On Translating the Prince of WitsJanuary 2005
“Yes, I think we have to be faithful to the context,” says the translator of the Quijote. “But it’s very important to differentiate between fidelity and literalness.”