Books by Cola Franzen

GOLPES BAJOS/LOW BLOWS by Alicia Borinsky
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 16, 2007

"For readers who persevere, rewards lurk beneath the metafictional façade."
Argentina-born novelist Borinsky (All Night Movie, 2002, etc.) returns with a collection of arch, opaque stories, ranging from two-and-a-half pages to one line. Read full book review >
ALL NIGHT MOVIE by Alicia Borinsky
Released: Dec. 1, 2002

"With so little coherence, plot, or simple intelligibility here, the fault can't be one of translation. Beware: a sequel follows."
Virtually unreadable fantasy by Argentine novelist Borinsky (Dreams of the Seducer, 1998, etc.). Read full book review >
TALES FROM THE CUBAN EMPIRE by Antonio Jose Ponte
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 15, 2002

"A concluding Borgesian twist discloses who is listening to these glorious absurdities—and why, unifying in a peculiarly potent way this terrific little volume's virtuosic mingling of melodramatic intrigue, sociopolitical commentary, surrealism, and parody."
A comic expressionist view of contemporary Cuba slowly, slyly emerges from this unusual group of seven linked stories from the Havana poet and author of, most recently, the collection In the Cold of the Malecón (2000). Read full book review >