The latest addition to the website is my review of Peruvian author Fernando Iwasaki's short story, To Troy, Helen.
To Troy, Helen is a story about a man, pathetic, intellectual, incapable. But committed to his own sense of self, whatever that's worth. And, by the end of the story, we have a clear idea exactly how much his self is worth - not much. (It certainly goes without saying, of course, that contempt for the protagonist in no way implies contempt for the story, which is really rather good.)
You can read the review here.
To Troy, Helen is a short story from the Words Without Borders April 2012 issue, Sex.