Don't rush Trafalgar Medrano when he starts telling you about his latest intergalactic sales trip. He likes to stretch things out over precisely seven coffees. No one knows whether he actu-ally travels to the stars, but he tells the best tall tales in the city, so why doubt him? Trafalgar is Angélica Gorodischer's second novel to be translated into English. Her first, Kalpa Imperial , was selected for the New York Times summer reading list.
Angélica Gorodischer lives in Rosario, Argentina. She has received many awards, most recently the World Fantasy Lifetime Achievement Award.
|Publisher:||Small Beer Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Angélica Gorodischer, daughter of the writer Angélica de Arcal, was born in 1929 in Buenos Aires and has lived most of her life in Rosario, Argentina. From her first book of stories, she has displayed a mastery of science-fiction themes, handled with her own personal slant, and exemplary of the South American fantasy tradition. She has received many awards for her work including most recently the World Fantasy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Table of Contents
By the Light of the Chaste Electronic Moon
The Sense of the Circle
The Best Day of the Year
The González Family's Fight for a Better World
Interval with my Aunts
Trafalgar and Josefina
End of the Interval
Strelitzias, Lagerstroemias, and Gypsophila
Trafalgar and I