The baby by Hans-Jürgen John, translated by Anthony Cataldo

First chapter It was in the year 1960. That isn´t important but it is one of the facts of the now following story. On an ordinary day in the aforementioned year in the morning at around half past eight when the snow lying on the ground seemed to linger in difference of the warmth of… Continue reading The baby by Hans-Jürgen John, translated by Anthony Cataldo

The scales by H.-J. John, translated by Anthony Cataldo

First chapter Sometimes we are very persistent and insistant in the way we live our lifes. We take solicitudes and happiness, as they are served to us by destiny, and secretly we hope that there are people, who by their knowledge and pursuits, their ambitions, and perhaps a certain amount of freakishness, are able to… Continue reading The scales by H.-J. John, translated by Anthony Cataldo