Until 1973 I lived in Santiago de Chile, the capital of Chile. And every Wednesday during my final year in that country, I purchased a copy of a children’s magazine called Mampato that I took home to read to my six-year-old son before putting him to bed. In many respects, there was nothing special…
How to Read the Comics
The Other 9/11
‘One of the ways for Americans to go beyond the insecurity that has been swallowing us since 9/11 is to admit that our suffering is neither unique nor exclusive.’
‘It's that simple: there is a day in my past, a day many years ago in Santiago de Chile, when I should have died and did not.’
'But it is not only external, physical problems that Chilean culture is facing. By suddenly being forced into the open, artists and intellectuals are now coming up against an internal dilemma.'