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“It’s really lonely here, but there’s lots of stuff.”
Yuri Herrera’s first novel to be translated into English, Signs Preceding the End of the World, details a lonesome sense of dread at a perceived impasse. Though the location is never specified, a Mexican-American border reminiscent of both work by Cormac McCarthy and Dante’s journey through Hell appears as backdrop, told in a language that is emotionally convincing of its place. Published over six years ago in Latin America to substantial acclaim, we are lucky to finally have Lisa Dillman’s wonderful translation, finally, in this small press edition from …& Other Stories publishing.
From the author of "A Silent Fury," available Summer 2020.