‘What’s left if we can’t even understand each other’ [book review]

A review of Trout, Belly Up by Rodrigo Fuentes, translated from the Spanish by Ellen Jones There’s something very diamond-in-the-rough about Trout, Belly Up, another quiet gem from the inimitable Charco Press. A series of interconnected short stories by young Guatemalan author Rodrigo Fuentes, it delves with extraordinary grace and poetic precision into the livesContinue reading “‘What’s left if we can’t even understand each other’ [book review]”

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