Doce en el patíbulo

1. El libro de las preguntas de Edmond Jàbes
2. “…que no vuelven las palabras deshechas con la lluvia…” de Juan Carlos Plá
3. “De profundis” de Oscar Wilde (Debraye reapareció en mi vida con uno de los últimos Wilde, ahora buscamos un hueco de tres años antes de 1990)
4. La edad de hierro de J.M. Coetzee (por segunda ocasión me lo recomienda Joely)
5. Atlas descrito por el cielo de Goran Petrovic
6. Prosa completa de Alejandra Pizarnik (ahora sé que nunca tendré a quién regalarle un pájaro)
7. Station Island de Seamus Heaney
8. Historia del Dodo de Malcolm de Chazal
9. El turno del aullante de Max Rojas
10. Cantar del Marrakech de Juan Carlos Bautista
11. No oscuro todavía de Hugo García Manríquez
12. Mi alma en China de Anna Kavan
y de pilón estoy en la voz de Tori Amos covereando:

KAREN wears a hat although it hasnt rained for six days
She says a girl needs a gun these days
Hey on account of all the rattlesnakes
She looks like eve marie saint in on the waterfront
She reads simone de beauvoir in her american circumstance
Shes less than sure if her heart has come to stay in san jose
And her neverborn child still haunts her
As she speeds down the freeway
As she tries her luck with the traffic police
Out of boredom more than spite
She never finds no trouble, she tries too hard
Shes obvious despite herself
She looks like eve marie saint in on the waterfront
She says all she needs is therapy yeah
All you need is, love is all you need
KAREN never sleeps cause there are always needles in the hay
She says that a girl needs a gun these days
Hey on account of all the rattlesnakes
She looks like eve marie saint in on the waterfront
As she reads simone de beauvoir in her american circumstance
Her heart, hearts like crazy paving
Upside down and back to front
She says ooh, its so hard to love
When love was your great disappointment

October 29 2007 01:22 pm |

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