One never knows, but one could say this is closed for good!
I was today at the 40th Anniversary celebration of Anagrama, a Spanish publishing company, as part of the Pen World Voices Festival. The celebration took place at the Instituto Cervantes, in New York. In a panel organized by Eduardo Lago, Director of the Insituto Cervantes, Jorge Herralde presented 5 writers as a representative ensemble of their authors. In response, they talked about their relationship with the Editorial company. In the photo we see, from right to left: Enrique Vila-Matas, Francisco Goldman, A. M. Homes, Eduardo Lago, Jorge Herralde, Siri Hustvedt, Paul Auster and Daniel Sada.
Who would think you kind find this right in Manhattan? Just head to the south of Roosevelt Island. The bridge in the background is the Queensboro bridge. By the way, this is another HDR image. I guess, weekends are more suited for the elaborate HDR workflow than regular weekdays.
View of 86th St from East End at sunset, and another HDR image.