‘The Running Man’ by Jorje Consiglio, translated by Cherilyn Elston

I think that there is an abrasive quality to the narrator in ‘The Running Man’ that makes me think twice. An intentional discomfort. There’s a fascinating line in the story about a man who dedicates his life to communication. Small details like that remain with me. A great way to start on your journey into ‘the Consiglian logic of story-telling’ – part of a collection of near imperceptibly linked stories.

Collected in Southerly, Charco Press, 2016

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