Whether or not you would have wanted to read this piece for an event such as the “Night of Bad Texts” is another question altogether. Rather not, you say, for, what kind of reason could there possibly be to read a text aloud that you find bad, for you would no doubt be inclined to say with a wink of an eye that it's actually good, the text, namely either bad in a good way, or good in a bad way.
from "Mo", a story by Ilse Kilic in Absinthe#16
Sapir Prize - They've announced that *פתח גדול מלמטה* ('Widely Open Underneath'), by Esther Peled (אסתר פלד), has won the Sapir Prize, a leading Israeli fiction p...
10 hours ago