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Calling All Steven Gillis Fans!

You can get a sneak peek at Steve’s new novel, The Consequence of Skating, over at Guernica. Thanks to the good people at Guernica for publishing this excerpt.

Steven Gillis possesses that rarest of gifts, the voice that seems to flow effortlessly. This guy makes it look easy. Read the first three pages of The Consequence of Skating, and if you’re not hooked, go see a doctor.
—Jonathan Evison, author of All About Lulu and West of Here

The Lucky One

Daniele Pantano’s translation of “The Lucky One” by Robert Walser is in the current issue of Guernica. You can read the translation online by following this link.

Daniele Pantano is a Swiss poet, translator, critic, and editor born of Sicilian and German parentage in Langenthal (Canton of Berne). His most recent works includeThe Possible is Monstrous: Selected Poems by Friedrich Dürrenmatt and The Oldest Hands in the World (both from Black Lawrence Press, 2010). His next books, Oppressive Light: Selected Poems by Robert Walser and The Collected Works of Georg Trakl, are forthcoming from Black Lawrence Press. For more information, please visit www.danielepantano.ch