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Postcards from Miami (I)

I’m going to the Target on 36th to buy olives. Abstinence, electricity in the body. Reality reaches...

“Can We Still Be Revolutionaries?” Anna Veltfort interviewed by Ted A. Henken

In this exclusive interview with Ted Henken, New York graphic artist, blogger, and one-time habanera Anna Veltfort...

27N: Voices of a Protest

Scarcity is a constant category in any of the formulas that try to decipher Cuban reality. There...

Respooling the Oxygen Hoses

January 6th’s images of the storming of the Capitol are so fit to bust so many American...

Diary of a Spectator Embarrassed to Be Just That

November 16th I have left Cuba under unhappy circumstances that I do not want to relate. I will...

Graduation

Twenty-five years ago I graduated from the University of Havana with a degree in journalism. I don't...

For a handful of dollars

July 16, 6:30 pm. My mother, in her 70s, is sitting on the edge of her bed...

Chronicle of another interrogation

Once I got home, I spent about three hours locked in the bathroom. I wanted to be...