“We begin with a girl and end with an old woman.” Story of the Week (August 7), by Robert Earle.Read More
Robert Earle has published over forty short stories in journals across the U.S. and Canada. His fiction often pursues international themes because he was a diplomat for twenty-five years. He has degrees in literature and writing from Princeton and Johns Hopkins.
“Mexico was the most spectacular, vital, provocative country… Anything can happen in Mexico, and its mysteries are endless.” Robert Earle, our Author of the Month for September, talks to Isra Ansari.Read More
“In everything, Schopenhauer argued, there was will… will represented by a man and his falcons, or two couples fumbling along on vacation or this darkness…” Story of the Week (September 26), by Robert Earle.Read More
“The guards never stopped them. The guards were merciless. They did not even remove the bodies of children who died working in the fields.” Story of the Week (August 30), by Robert Earle.Read More