Category Archives: Fiction
The Spring Issue of The Paris Review is to publish ‘The Third Reich’. It will be the PR’s first serialization of a novel in 40 years, and will come complete with illustrations. Read More….
“In spite of everything, his life was happy. It’s hard not to be happy, he used to say, in Buenos Aires, which is a perfect blend of Paris and Berlin, although if you look closely it’s more like a perfect … Continue reading
“He drank a lot. On waking, he discovered a woman beside him. The woman’s name was Simone, and she was a prostitute. They had breakfast together in a café near the hotel. Simone liked to talk, so Rousselot discovered that … Continue reading