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Book Review: ‘A Planet for Rent,’ Cuban Sci-Fi by Yoss


The first of two newly translated Cuban sci-fi books proves a provocative and imaginative read. Read More »

Interview: Eleanor Parker Sapia, Author of ‘A Decent Woman’

A Decent Woman is the provocative story of these two women as they battle for their dignity and for love against the pain of betrayal and social change.

"Since I came to writing in my late forties, my muse is highly motivated! We have many books to write together." Read More »

Theater/Dance Review (NYC): ‘Alcestis Ascending: A Rock Myth’


A bilingual Cuban/American production presents the Greek myth through vibrant theater and artful, earthy dance. Read More »

Jay-Z and Beyonce Cuban Trip Highlights US Travel Embargo

If Jay-Z and Beyonce can travel to Cuba, why can't we? Read More »

Venezuelan Strongman Hugo Chavez Dead at 58

Hugo Chavez: Blackguard, buffoon, or something in between? Read More »

DVD Review: Juan of the Dead

Juan and his friends fight a new Cuban revolution - with zombies! Read More »

Book Review: The Cuban Kitchen by Raquel Rabade Roque

The Cuban-born author shares her Cuban kitchen experiences in this evocative cookbook. Read More »

Black Market Cigars: Key to Survival for Cuban Businessmen?

A large proportion of cigars exported by Cuba are black market. Given the low salaries on the island, chances are this is not going to change any time soon. Read More »

Is It Police Brutality in Bolivia or Is It Something Much More Insidious?

Is everything you know a lie? Read More »

Interview with Teresa Dovalpage, Author of Habanera, A Portrait of a Cuban Family

An honest look at life in Fidel Castro's Cuba. Read More »