Dead Stars Spotify Playlist

Dead Stars by Álvaro Bisama is full of musical references, from traditional Chilean folk music to punk. Jason has collected all the musical references in the novel into a Spotify playlist. Get Dead Stars for your favorite ereader so you

Álvaro Bisama’s Dead Stars reviewed on Typographical Era

Our upcoming novel Dead Stars by Álvaro Bisama was recently reviewed on Typographical Era. Megan McDowell’s … clean, crisp translation of Alvaro Bisama’s … award winning novel Dead Stars is a bit like cutting into an onion. Like it or

“Nazi Girl” by Álvaro Bisama reviewed on The Reading Life

In preparation for our late March release of Dead Stars by Álvaro Bisama, our friend Mel u over at The Reading Life reviewed Bisama’s short story “Nazi Girl” from The Portable Museum, Issue 1. …a thoroughly intriguing story set in

Excerpt from “The Boarding House” by Mario Levrero

The Japanese man isn’t even my biggest headache; he pales in comparison to the scientist, for example—who succeeded, without the participation of the human male, in exciting an ovule with electricity, creating an abnormally large adult fetus that has been

Big Bang Boom: A Brief History of the World’s Longest Explosion

by Gustavo Faverón Patriau translated by Lucas Lyndes This article first appeared in Spanish in Issue 3 of Buensalvaje magazine. It is translated here with permission. The history of the Boom is common knowledge. In 1962, Mario Vargas Llosa won

The Twofold Search: An Interview with Javier Sáez de Ibarra

The award-winning short stories of Javier Sáez de Ibarra (Spain, 1961) have established him as one of the more interesting and adventurous writers currently working in the genre, in Spanish or any language. We recently had the pleasure of exchanging

The Portable Museum, Issue 2 reviewed on By the Firelight

By the Firelight recently reviewed Issue 2 of The Portable Museum. The second volume of The Portable Museum is another interesting collection… Read the full review here.

By the Firelight reviews The Portable Museum, Issue 1

By the Firelight has just posted a review of Issue 1 of The Portable Museum. All the stories in the collection are very good and highlight interesting work. Of the authors in the collection, I’m most interested to see what

Ox and Pigeon Visits The Appendix to Discuss Digital Publishing

The Appendix, a journal of experimental and narrative history, has just posted an article written by Ox and Pigeon editor and co-founder Jason Curran about our origins and goals for the future: When Ox and Pigeon was an idea without

Happy Mother’s Day: “The Mothers” by Fabio Morábito free PDF!

We would like to thank everyone who downloaded “The Mothers”! We hope you enjoyed it and follow us for more exciting news. We started Ox and Pigeon to bring you the most unique international literature. Fabio Morábito‘s “The Mothers” was