Named a Best Book of the Year by The Paris Review, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, Vulture, and Refinery29
Reading all Zambreno feels like the jolt one gets from a surprise cut or burn in the kitchen, that sudden recognition that youre in a body and the body can be hurt. Alicia Kennedy, Refinery29
Haunting and compulsively readable, Drifts is an intimate portrait of reading, writing, and creative obsession. At work on a novel that is overdue, spending long days walking neighborhood streets with her restless terrier, corresponding ardently with fellow writers, the narrator grows obsessed with the challenge of writing the present tense, of capturing time itself. Entranced by the work of Rainer Maria Rilke, Albrecht Dürer, Chantal Akerman, and others, she photographs the residents and strays of her neighborhood, haunts bookstores and galleries, and records her thoughts in a yellow notebook that soon subsumes her work on the novel. As winter closes in, a series of disturbancesthe appearances and disappearances of enigmatic figures, the burglary of her apartmentleaves her distracted and uncertain . . . until an intense and tender disruption changes everything.
- Editorial: Riverhead |
- Idioma: castelán |
- ISBN: 978-0-593-08721-3 |