Work translated from the Spanish Fiction The Filth issue Julie By Mariana Enríquez The original Spanish version of Mariana Enríquez’s short story “Julie,” which appears in the Filth issue. Fiction The Filth issue Julie By Mariana Enríquez Julie had the dark dead eyes of a rat, untamable hair always standing on end, skin the color of wet sand. Poetry The Filth issue Epitafios By Úrsula Starke The original Spanish version of Úrsula Starke’s poetry in the Filth issue. Poetry The Filth issue Epitaphs By Úrsula Starke Come, then, to this attic; it’s a vulgar but beautiful request, since that’s how you like our requests, vulgar and beautiful. Memoir The Filth issue La Orgía Nefasta By Daniel Saldaña París The original Spanish version of Daniel Saldaña París’s story “The Madrid Orgy,” which appears in the Filth issue. Memoir The Filth issue The Madrid Orgy By Daniel Saldaña París That night, after three or four hours of drinking, I was hammered enough to suggest to C. that it was time to fetch the piñatas from their hiding place. Fiction The Filth issue Galápagos By Fátima Vélez The original Spanish version of Fátima Vélez's story "Galápagos," which appears in the Filth issue. Fiction The Filth issue Galápagos By Fátima Vélez Something minor like losing a nail: one day a cut at the edge of the pinky nail, the finger gets infected, it fills with pus, I press, right thumb over left pinky, white pus shoots out… Poetry The Filth issue Periodiqueros olímpicos By Reina María Rodríguez The original Spanish version of Reina María Rodríguez’s poem “Olympic Newsvendors,” which appears in the Filth issue. Poetry The Filth issue Olympic Newsvendors By Reina María Rodríguez “If you don’t have dollars, you don’t belong here, you don’t exist… There’s no place for you,” reply the clerks. Poetry The Filth issue Algo distinto de la vida By Reina María Rodríguez The original Spanish version of Reina María Rodríguez’s poem “Something Other than Life,” which appears in the Filth issue. Poetry The Filth issue Something Other than Life By Reina María Rodríguez She peers through the slit in a shutter, and the horror rolls in: smoke floods privacy, smoke floods dream. Essay Online Pic of My Organs from the Inside By Andrea Abreu My last romantic gesture after five years together. Now I’m going to find out what it means to be alone. Criticism Online The Artist’s Seven Minutes By Ariana Harwicz & Ariana Saenz Espinoza Joseph Ponthus and Imres Kertész are paragons of that rare breed of writer who can crystalize the beauty of life in the midst of mechanized death and horror. Essay Online The Tender Cubist By Julia Wong Kcomt Why must artistic traditions be siloed by region? Chinese Peruvian writer Julia Wong Kcomt discovers a sublime exception in the Cubist paintings of Wifredo Lam. Poetry The Ecstasy issue Fragments From “Silent Mechanisms” By Marcelo Morales “When he wakes in the morning, the words lose their meaning, because there are things that like the jellyfish hold meaning only in their element.” Fiction The Ecstasy issue The Smile By Dahlia de la Cerda “The border isn’t what you think, or what people say it is. The border is a ravenous monster. A bottomless pit that feeds on work, sex, drugs, and women.” Essay The Ecstasy issue Queen, Slave, Woman By Fernanda Melchor A young beauty queen in Veracruz is sent to jail for killing her two sons.