OSCAR VARONA is a writer and a collagist from Madrid, Spain. Heavily influenced by transgressive narrative styles (and little conventional), he published his first book of stories, “Tremolo” in 2003.
Aton’s head began to thrash. His mouth burned fiercely and he needed a drink of water. He gulped his drink. He left an ice cube in his mouth which began to melt instantly. Aton saw a singular pale light atop a cave in a dark desert.
The father’s hair thinned out, pulling away from his forehead. The children stretched and hardened. Then, suddenly, the mother vanished.