Jorge Luís Borges, an Argentinean writer who is well known for his many short stories, some of which discuss such fantastic themes like dreams, libraries, labyrinths, god, and the less fantastic –see also, more real – like los gauchos (imagine Argentinean cowboys) and tigers.
There are perhaps four large categories of American thought which provide definitions of the fifty years of Castro rule: 1) the right-wing which views the island as a totalitarian, communist police state where starving people live under daily repressive rule, and the government is involved in drug trafficking and terrorism; 2) the center through to the liberal left which agrees, perhaps in the mode of Michael Moore’s movie, Sicko, that the Revolution has provided good social services for the poor and resisted U.S.
Below you will find five brief, yet triumphant book reviews focusing on Ardent Press and Little Black Cart Books, ect. These books are what we've been reading for the past two months or so, in no specific order.
Welcome to the new site. Over the years, we here at Stalking the Earth have amassed a plethora of material scattered around various notebooks, hard-drives, and Internet websites. Some no longer are with us, lost to the ages of misplaced papers, corrupted computers, forgotten passwords, and natural disasters. This website is an attempt to collect and detail all the previous and future research in one accessible location.