It’s spring and, sadly, my part of Michigan still has plenty of snow on the ground. I’m ready for a change of scenery, even if I have to take a fictional trip to Columbia to get it.
That’s exactly where “A Classic Case of Madness” is going next. We’re off to Gabriel García Márquez’s invented city of Macondo, Columbia where One Hundred years of Solitude takes place.
We hope you’ll join us. According to the review on the back of my copy of the title, One Hundred Years of Solitude is… “One of the most influential literary works of our time”.
It’s time to begin WEM book twenty-seven: One Hundred Years of Solitude!