Tag: David Unger
The Naked Maja, or La Petit MortFebruary 2016
“You’re delicious,” he says, meaning it, remembering the taste of mango.
Layers of TruthAugust 2014
The novelist and visual artist discuss their collaborative work “The Mastermind y lo contrario.”
I gave strict instructions for two specialists to watch over you twenty-four hours a day.
Carlos Franz: Normalcy without LibertyMay 2013
Life in East Germany on display in a strange Berlin museum.
The Price of EscapeMarch 2011 As soon as the maid was out of earshot, his uncle said: “I’ve paid a lot to get you a visa for Panama and Guatemala. At another time, this would be called a bribe. It may take a month, maybe more, to get them.”
Ghostwriting GaboNovember 2007
Guatemalan-born writer and translator David Unger recounts the chance encounter that led to the job of a lifetime: ghostwriter for Gabriel García Márquez
The Magic BoxBy Anna Lidia Vega Serova, translated from the Spanish by David Unger
Her parents were naked, one on top of the other. Their eyes were closed, their faces contorted; they were breathing loudly and moaning. She watched them for a few moments, terrified; then she walked quietly back to her cot and covered her face with the pillow.