Another migrant story

The driver ordered them to take their things and get into the car. “They are waiting for us now. Quickly,” he said while making sure that the three of them were...

I was a witness in the trial against Luis Manuel Otero

The courts in Cuba are places where punishment is administered. Justice is conceived as the safeguard of an order of things whose...

The Finlays, Another Form of Continuity

The five Finlays who string together this tale, three men and two women, are people born on the island of Cuba, but none of them has been strangers to New York City.

And Music Created Cuba

This book is about a paradise-like island and how it was populated by music. This story begins...

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