Vol. III, #3 Julio Cortazar / John Hawkes

Evelyn Picon Garfield, “Interview with Julio Cortazar” Julio Cortazar, “An Approach to Lezama Lima” Julio Cortazar, “Some Aspects of the Short Story” Julio Cortazar, “On the Short Story and Its Environs” John Ditsky, “End of the Game: The Early Fictions Read on! →

Reading Guide

Context N°11 We asked our academic advisors to name which bookstores in the U.S. have the best backlist of literary fiction, which out-of-print works should be reissued, and which literary websites are most notable. The following lists were compiled from Read on! →

Reading Guide

Context N°12 We asked our academic advisors to name which literary works all students should read. The following list of their responses is run annually to introduce new readers to the aesthetic tradition that CONTEXT supports. Literary Works All Students Read on! →

Anna Kavan

Context N°18 by Kate Zambreno One of the worst things about hell is that nobody is ever allowed to sleep there, although it’s always night, or at the earliest, about six o’clock in the evening. There are beds, of course, Read on! →

Interview with Thalia Field

Context N°18 by Miranda F. Mellis Thalia Field was born in Chicago in 1966. After attending lycée in France, she graduated with honors from Brown University, where she was awarded the first John Hawkes prize in fiction. She was a Read on! →