A literary gesture born of the enjoyment and intellectual nourishment Aesop derives daily through the written word, The Fabulist features fiction and non-fiction works.
In honouring the ancient Greek slave and fabulist whose name our products bear we present fables alongside four other rubrics:
It is then that I notice—I am not sure whether I notice or have an intuition—that someone might be following me. I hear his steps behind me: I stop and they stop. I carry on and they carry on. I turn onto a walkway and they turn. I walk faster, heading toward the opposite end of the gardens. I listen attentively. There can be no doubt: the same steps start again behind my back.
Today in Cuba, everything is considered a turning point, an event we imbue with transcendent power to denote a before and an after in the life of this country. It might be geopolitical in scope, cultural, or purely frivolous.
Arrufat has written that youth and senescence are the ages ideally suited, respectively, for reading and “the supreme art of rereading,” so we thought to ask him which books from the first age he was encountering in the other.
"I connect with the idea of revolution from an artistic point of view. Revolutions shatter a paradigm, they invite us to be guided by aspiration rather than be dragged along by the chains of history. Which creates an ethical paradigm shift."
Every email sent to Cuba still reaches the island through a single wire to Venezuela, the island’s bandwidth relying on telecom infrastructure dominated by copper wire and little changed since the 1950s.
It is then that I notice—I am not sure whether I notice or have an intuition—that someone might be following me. I hear his steps behind me: I stop and they stop. I carry on and they carry on. I turn onto a walkway and they turn.
Levi’s. New and blue. The next day Karen Nellis followed me and I caught her ducking down to read my label. Dana Petersen stopped me to say my pants looked good. I was cool in time for 1980 with two weeks to spare.
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