by Richard Kostelanetz (July 2016)
For my friend Tere (Gonzalez Minguez).
Having produced appropriate book-art homages to Guillaume Apollinaire (known to his friends as Kostro) and to Nathanael West (commonly called Pep), among others, I’d like to do likewise by another modern writer to whom I am increasingly sympathetic—the Spaniard Ramón Gomez de la Serna (1887-1963), known even to strangers only as Ramón. more>>>
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Best wine served last, RK. Good get. Twain might rewrte for days on a single phrasing, making his aphoisms so memorable. So it is with your soul mate. Brevity is indeed the soul of wit. A few words often carry the weight of worlds.
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