A Slight Pressure on the Lower Back

A Slight Pressure on the Lower Back By Juan Carlos Cremata Close to the waist. Like someone who invites, with a certain extra push, to advance confidently and without a shadow of...

The Cuba I knew was always alive in color. Interview with Margaret Randall

Margaret Randall (New York City, 1936) is a poet, activist, and former university professor. In the early-1960s she moved to Mexico, where...

A Wild Loop

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Men Made of Marble

Ah, the drive of nationalism. How deep it settles in, how it eats away at any attempt...

The Parable of an Ideal. An Interview with Reynier...

For Reynier Leyva Novo (Havana, 1983), a hero is just that: the parable of an ideal, a...
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Should Cuba’s Central Bank continue to devalue the Cuban...

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