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Fever Dream by Samanta Schweblin

A dark psychological horror story nominated for the Man Booker International Prize that read with such intensity and a clarity of writing that I was gripped. 61 more words


Life as a Famous Feline and 20-Something-Year-Old British Becaria in Argentina

First and foremost, please let me extend my deepest
apologies to all you Instagram followers out there. The amount of cat spam you have
recently been subjected to has been intense, I know. 1,153 more words

Tick Tock

Ever watched a child enact a card trick? It is clumsy, ever-so-obvious and absolutely adorable. The first magic trick I ever recall seeing was the pulling of a quarter from behind the ear of a classmate by a magician who came to my elementary school. 677 more words

Former Argentine President Kirchner Seeks Return to Power, as Vice President

With polls giving her strong support ahead of October elections, former Argentine president Cristina Kirchner made the surprise announcement Saturday that she will seek the vice presidency. 219 more words


The plains of Argentina

An Argentinian agronomist drove me across the river Uruguay as cyclists are not permitted on the bridge. There is a stripe of pine trees after the river and then the pastureland starts again. 3,295 more words

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