Any kind of reader would be nice, but this is special: I’m trying to get hold of a book by Miguel Villanueva, El carnaval de Cádiz durante la Segunda República (1931-1936). Ensayo sobre un carnaval atrevido. I’ve tried without success to contact the publishers, Fundación Viprén, as well as Viprén itself, and, although the book was published this spring, it doesn’t seem to be on any of the online bookshops. So I’m looking for a Cadiz resident who is prepared to enter into a local history bookshop, buy the damn thing, and send it to me, whereupon I’ll refund the costs via bank transfer or Paypal or whatever. Talk to me here.
- Money bunnies
One of the stupidest pieces of evidence cited in anonymous briefings by the regional police in their attempts–based as far as
- Paying the pipers
Sci-fi author Neal Stephenson (Enowning > a Slashdot interview): [A] while back, I went to a writers’ conference. I was making chitchat
- Carnival in court
Here, from 1957, is Cádiz Renfe’s stationmaster using the regional Information and Tourism-crat to get a carnival club to change the
- Another lazy journalist
“The only constant throughout Spain’s storied history is failure”
- Baroja joke about unread readers
And don’t give me any of that “rereading” shite, you illiterate swine.