Eléctrico W by Hervé le Tellier, translated from the original French by Adriana Hunter

Let’s talk about Oulipo.  It’s a French movement that includes authors and mathematicians who use constraints when creating literature.  For example:  writing an entire novel without using the letter “a”.  Or using palindromes.  Or starting  every sentence with the same word or phrase.  Or, my particular favorite, replacing every noun with the seventh noun after it in the dictionary (this constraint has its own name:  … Continue reading Eléctrico W by Hervé le Tellier, translated from the original French by Adriana Hunter