Jorge Luis Borges — the universal recipient of the common love of everyone who’s ever been 15 and loved poking at the fabric of the world to see if it held tight together — wrote the amazing short story collection Labyrinths, and possibly the best version of the Golem mythos ever.
And there’s a lost interview with him in the new issue of Habitus magazine.

RÚSSOVICH: We begin. What can we say about…?
BORGES: In the beginning, b’reshit bara elohim, no?

Well, it’s semi-lost. It took place in 1984 in Buenos Aires, and has only now just been translated into English….and comes to us courtesy of the new Habitus, the most beautiful magazine about arbitrarily-chosen cities that exists.