Vol. IV, #2 Juan Goytisolo / Ishmael Reed

Julio Ortega, “An Interview with Juan Goytisolo” Juan Goytisolo, “A Cervantine Reading of Three Trapped Tigers“ Juan Goytisolo, “Literature Pursued by Politics” Juan Goytisolo, “Language, Ideal Beauty, and Effective Reality” Juan Goytisolo, “Vicissitudes of Mudejarism: Juan Ruiz, Cervantes, Galdos” Luigi Read on! →


Ishmael Reed: The Plays

Ishmael Reed’s career as one of our great playwrights has long been eclipsed by his other work. Here published for the first time, Reed’s plays follow the ancient tradition of using the theater as a forum in which the official versions of our history… Read on! →


Yellow Back Radio Broke-Down

“Folks. This here is the story of the Loop Garoo Kid. A cowboy so bad he made a working posse of spells phone in sick. A bullwhacker so unfeeling he left the print of winged mice on hides of crawling women. A desperado so onery he made the Pope cry… Read on! →


The Terrible Threes

With offbeat humor and on-target social criticism, Ishmael Reed presents in The Terrible Threes a vision of America in the not-too-distant future, a portrait of a fairy tale gone awry. Opening on Thanksgiving Day in the late 1990s—three years… Read on! →


The Terrible Twos

The Terrible Twos is a wickedly funny, sharp-edged fictional assault on all those sulky, spoiled naysayers needing instant gratification—Americans. Ishmael Reed’s sixth novel depicts a zany, bizarre, and all-too believable future where mankind’s… Read on! →