As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, Quiet Bubble will be devoting the week of 7 April to Brian Winter’s Long After Midnight at the Niño Bien: A Yanqui’s Missteps in Argentina. It’s a warmhearted but caustically funny addition to travel literature on the South American country, and I’m pleased to feature excerpts from the book as well as an interview with the author. I’ll also post a fuller review—for my initial thoughts, go here. I hope to see you here.
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