Saturday, July 28, 2012




To see Julio Cortázar's Rayuela (Hopscotch) in its manuscript form at UT Austin's Benson Library's Latin American Collection was a miracle. We also saw and touched Gloria Anzaldua's manuscript of Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Meztiza, and works by Alurista, among others. The room was buzzing. I swear I witnessed Canto Mundistas levitating, as I felt the sealing touch the top of my head.

4 comments:

Marcv said...

I wish we could have seen you, since you were here in TX!

Manuel Paul Lopez said...

Hey Marc! I'm going to email you. I will be back in TX soon.

Marcv said...

Do it. We'd love to see you and catch up!

Alexis Rivas said...

Capitulo 7 is incomparable.