a thousand morons by Quim Monzó (translated from the original Catalan by Peter Bush)

Pierre Charles L’Enfant and Andrew Ellicott carefully planned Washington DC – with its precise grid of streets, beautiful tree-lined avenues and stunning perspectives. Older cities like Boston or lower Manhattan developed more organically, the seemingly haphazard  pattern of their streets dictated by the habits of those who used them. A good short story collection can grow like a city. Either organically – as when an … Continue reading a thousand morons by Quim Monzó (translated from the original Catalan by Peter Bush)