Category Archives: Iberian and Latin American Literature

Q&A with Ignacio M. Sánchez Prado

By | March 14, 2018

Ignacio M. Sánchez Prado answered a few questions for us about the new volume he edited, Mexican Literature in Theory.  How would you describe your book in one sentence? An engagement between Mexican literature from the 19th to the 21st century and different schools of literary and critical theory, to explore the ways in which… Read More »

The Greatest Literary Moustaches!

By | November 21, 2012

It’s Movember and we love a good literary moustache. So much so, we’ve put together a collection of our all-time favourites! From the Walrus to the Mexican, and the Handlebar to the Horseshoe, it seems there is no end to the amount of creative facial topiary in the literary world… Something tells me Shakespeare set… Read More »

“To dismantle the old dilemma of Borges studies…”

By | April 3, 2012

A fiery endorsement from the novelist and critic Alan Pauls for Hernán Díaz’s forthcoming Borges, Between and Eternity (due out in August): “Just when all seemed lost, Borges, Between History and Eternity proves there’s still life in the Borges studies galaxy. Life of the best kind, which in the world of literary criticism means precision,… Read More »