The latest addition to the website is my review of Polish author Sławomir Mrożek's short story, Ketchup.
Ketchup dismantles the inherent absurdity of believing in an Apocalypse by examining one man's reaction to it being called off. Hilarious and (very) short - my review is only 70 words shorter!
You can read the review here.
Ketchup is a short story from the Words Without Borders January 2012 issue, Apocalypse.
Other titles from the January 2012 issue include:
---Xerxenesky, Antônio - Seizing Cervantes
---Adamek, André-Marcel - The Ark
---Paiva, Fernando - God's Obituary
---Elíasson, Gyrðir - House No. 451
---Villoro, Juan - Holding Pattern