We have, it seems, fallen into the ticklish grip of a cultural and existential order that has become virtually impossible to buck—humor. This is especially the case in literature. Rare is the work that gets published or attains any prominence if it lacks humor. A review that appeared a while ago in The New York Times, panning a book by David Shields, was clearly symptomatic. … [Read more...]
About Carlos Cunha
Carlos Cunha's stories and essays have been published in The Kenyon Review, The TriQuarterly, The Seattle Review, Gulf Coast, The Manchester (U.K.) Review and elsewhere.