Archive for March, 2012
I need to subscribe. It’s not as if I’ll be working in bookstores forever.
Small Beer Press will have Angélica Gorodischer’s Trafalgar in English translation soon enough. It looks like a story about storytelling, which always tickles my fancy. I loved Kalpa Imperial and have been waiting for more of her work to appear in English.
In the meantime, i’ll just order and read the anthology of Mexican sci-fi and fantasy Three Messages and a Warning, which slipped right past me.
Animal effigy mounds in the coastal valley of Peru, with the oldest dating to 4,200 years ago. They have astronomical alignments, of course.
The article doesn’t explicitly state that these carvings are by the Sami, but they are 5,000 years old and the Sami have been in that area for 5,000 years….