PUBLISHERS OF LITERARY FICTION SINCE 1983
"Sa-Carneiro was only 26 when he committed suicide in Paris in 1916. His short stories depict madness, death, erotic jealousy and fin de siecle decadence in fragmented and luminously synaesthetic prose. Almost anticipating Kafka, he describes a scientist killed by the machinery of an invisible parallel world, and a poet, whose verses fly to the stars leaving blank pages in their wake."
Scotland on Sunday
Contents: One novella The Great Shadow, and six short stories; Myself the Other, The Strange Death of Professor Antena, Mystery, The Man of Dreams, Wings and The Fixer of Moments.