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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Golondrinas (Swallows)’ by Aminta De Lara

'Golondrinas (Swallows),' written and directed by Aminta De Lara, presented by La MaMa E.T.C. April 16 to 26, 2015. L-R: Howard Collado and Robert Ramos. Photo by Jonathan Slaff.

A terrible past is revealed as two estranged sisters deal with a death in the family amid street protests in Venezuela. Read More »

The Wretched of the Earth: Hidden Dimensions in Fanon’s Thought – Part 1, Economic Development


The jury is still out as to whether the South American experiment with decolonization is real revolutionary change or just another version of capitalism dressed up in socialist garb. Read More »

Venezuelan Strongman Hugo Chavez Dead at 58

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

Book Review: Never the Hope Itself: Love and Ghosts in Latin American and Haiti by Gerry Hadden

From Haiti to Mexico, the life of NPR reporter in Latin America is dangerous and fraught. Read More »

Book Review: Sleeper’s Run by Henry Mosquero

Suspense novel that doesn't let up until the last page. Read More »

The Hospital – A Halloween Story

My experience in a hospital in Venezuela after a horrible mosquito bite. Read More »

On the Venezuela-Brazil Border: An Unfortunate Event

Life in Santa Elena, Venezuela after an unfortunate mosquito bite and a dirty-river swim. Read More »

DVD Review: Araya

Visual poetry that was somehow forgotten for 50 years. Read More »

Book Review: Capitolio by Christopher Anderson

The first photobook specifically designed for iPad and iPhone makes even this book collector fondly anticipate the next digital photobook. Read More »

Book Review: The Dolphin People by Torsten Krol

A post-WW2 story about the civilized world being eaten up by the savage. Read More »