Short stories from The New Yorker

August 19, 2010

I never realized that the New Yorker keeps parts of its old issues online.   Today I found eight stories which the New Yorker published between 2005 and 2010.  All of these stories are now being re-published in Bolaño’s posthumous collection called The Return, except for “Álvaro Rousselot’s Journey” which appears in The Insufferable Gaucho, and Gomez Palacio which appears in Last Evenings On Earth.

Meeting With Enrique Lihn
William Burns
Prefiguration of Lalo Cura
Álvaro Rousselot’s Journey
Gomez Palacio
The Insufferable Gaucho
Last Evenings On Earth (viewable with subscription only)


2 Responses to “Short stories from The New Yorker”

  1. Rise said

    Two more appeared in The New Yorker: the title stories “Last Evenings on Earth” (needs subscription) and “The Insufferable Gaucho.”

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