Fiction • Martha Cooley
They passed it on the way back from Cremona, on a mild evening in July.
In the low foothills of the Apennines on the Parma side of the Cisa Pass, the light was harshly golden; by the time they approached Borgotaro, the sun’s rays were no longer in their eyes but came at them aslant. [...]
Martha Cooley is the author of two novels, The Archivist and Thirty-Three Swoons (both Little, Brown); and the translator, with Antonio Romani, of a collection of Antonio Tabucchi’s stories, Time Ages in a Hurry (Archipelago).
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