--- In email@example.com, "Gonzalo Baeza" <gbaeza@...> wrote:
> For those who read French and Spanish, here's a new collective blog by ten authors, including Paco Ignacio Taibo II (Spain), Carlos Salem, Leonardo Oyola (Argentina), Juan Hern�ndez Luna (Mexico) and S�bastien Rut�s (France). It's called "Diez negritos", the Spanish translation of the Agatha Christie book that's now known as "Ten Little Indians".
I'm glad they didn't put the literal title in English... Thanks for posting this. Interesting to note that in Spain, "negro" is used colloquially for someone to whom literary work is farmed out, or somebody who writes somebody else's papers for school, etc. Agatha Christie didn't know what she was getting into.
I look forward to reading the blog -- several of the names are new to me.
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