Enter the Rubicon

  Versión española In the old Andalusian tradition there is a term ‘duende’. It was popularized by the Spanish revolutionary poet Garcia Lorca not long before he was blindfolded against a wall and took a bullet in the heart, by men in costume just doing their job. It is a word with almost indecipherable meaning, for it describes the ineffable madness of an … Continue reading Enter the Rubicon