«Some startling, even fascinating, discoveries come one’s way purely by chance at times... I was in Buenos Aires during July and August 1984 to interview the world-renowned writer Jorge Luis Borges and several other Argentine authors. One evening I was a dinner guest at the elegant Arroyo Street apartment of the British-born playwright William Shand. Among the guests were writers with whom I had been corresponding for years but whom I had not met in person until that July. Julio Ricci, who had taken the boat from Montevideo to be present at this gathering, was involved in a heated discussion with Fernando Sorrentino. I joined them...»Clark M. Zlotchew (People love fiction because it lends order to life, something that itself doesn´t do)
domingo, 27 de noviembre de 2011
The enigma of Reginald Savage
Clark M. Zlotchew was born in Jersey City, NJ USA. He has had 17 books published, but only 3 of them are his own fiction. Two of these are novels while the latest is a collection of his short stories. The most recent novel, The Caucasian Menace (2010), is an espionage/thriller.