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Cubanabooks: Helping Women, Building Bridges Help us bring Cuban women’s voices to the United States!! DONATE NOW! When Barack Obama and Raul Castro made simultaneous pledges this January, to renew political ties between the United States and Cuba, the hopes … Continue reading
Wednesday, February 11, 2015. When a plane touches down at José Martí National Airport (or to anywhere else from the island), the inevitable but always spontaneous applause and glad shouts make me wonder about their motivation. Are travelers truly that … Continue reading
Uva de Aragón’s novel The Memory of Silence/Memoria del silencio, with translation by Jeffrey C. Barnett, made the front page of El Nuevo Herald on 4/14/2015–click here to read a very moving portion of the first chapter of “the first novel … Continue reading
Meet the lovely Uva de Aragón, all outspoken intelligence and sass… and author of Memoria de Silencio, forthcoming in a bilingual translation as Memory of Silence (translated by Jeffrey Barnett) in 2014 by Cubanabooks. http://merrick.library.miami.edu/streamin/botifollvideo.php?interview=chc5212000097 You should also check out … Continue reading