25 January 2013
10 most viewed
On New Year's Day, Bifurcata bifurcata turned two years old. It's been a great two years of irregular blogging. I've never regretted the decision to open a second blog. This site here is my Twitter feed.
I checked the most viewed posts of the site and share them here with you.
1. The 2011 Roberto Bolaño Reading Challenge - The one that started it all. I guess introductory posts are usually the most often viewed.
2. A reader's guide to 2666 - Proof of a continuing interest in the novel.
3. Woes of the True Policeman - The latest Bolaño translation will always generate a lot of buzz.
4. The Savage Detectives Group Read - The invitation post to one of the seminal events in blogging history in recent memory. No exaggeration intended. LOL. The wrap up post is here.
5. Carlos Fuentes's best Latin American novels of the past and present centuries - Also proof of continuing interest in listing exercises on the best of Latin American novels.
6. Celebrating José Saramago - Glad to see the Senhor racking up some stats. His posthumous popularity is well deserved.
7. The construction of the Bolaño backlash - An influential critical essay by Castellanos Moya on the most talked about post-Boom Latin American novelist.
8. Sneak preview of Tres - Happy to see some poetry loving here.
9. "Your ideas are terrifying and your hearts are faint...." - Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian has always had a cult following.
10. A Bolaño walking tour, Blanes, Spain - Some tourists found their way here?!
Posted by Rise at 11:42 AM