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Our Editor’s short story ‘The Unbroken’ was a finalist of Le Prix Hemingway 2016, run by the French publishers Au Diable Vauvert, the first English finalist since the prize was founded. Of 260 entries in this, the prize’s 12th year, 30 were … Continue reading
My article on the extraordinary fatality rate in the encierros, ‘bull-runs’, and other ‘popular’ taurine events this year, and why we continue to participate in them, is in The Telegraph today (online here.) A more detailed breakdown of the figures … Continue reading
So the encierros of Cuéllar in Castille and Leon have continued with their usual ancient spirit of wildness although I have had to stop running with the bulls. On Monday afternoon there was an encierro chico, a bull-run for children involving vaquillas, … Continue reading