FINALIST for NEXT GENERATION INDIE BOOK AWARDS 2011. See: http://www.prweb.com//releases/2011/5/prweb8471110.htm
Seventeen narratives of love and death, hope and despair, adventure at sea, adolescent angst, Borges and the mystery of the American writer with three names, Havana on the eve of the Castro Revolution, race relations in the Deep South during the lost civilization of the 1950s.
Author's English version of his Spanish-language interviews with J.L. Borges and seven other writers in Buenos Aires and Montevideo plus interviews with three Argentine-born Israeli writers who still write and publish in Spanish.
The term "Magic Realism" is used a great deal, although there is no agreement as to its meaning. This book attempts to arrive at some definition of the term by studying the works and opinions of several 20th-Century Latin American writers.