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José Kozer interviewed

José Kozer (Havana, 1940) is the protagonist of one of the most original literary adventures of our...

Havana on the tip of the tongue

Over time, Eloy Rodríguez (Havana, 1997) has become a collector. He has had at some point more...

Monsters and amputees in Cuban literature today. A conversation with Nancy Calomarde

Author of a book on one of the great Latin American magazines, Políticas y ficciones en Sur...

Abraham Jiménez Enoa: “Professions do not belong to those who study them… but to those who practice them”

Abraham Jiménez Enoa (Havana, 1988) is a black man from a revolutionary family of soldiers and lawyers,...

“No One Applauded”. Interview with Carlos Alejandro Rodríguez Martínez

Carlos Alejandro Rodríguez Martínez (Placetas, 1991) earned his bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the Universidad Central “Marta...

Camila Acosta: “My Awakening”

At the age of 15, Camila Acosta Rodríguez (Isla de la Juventud, 1993) won a scholarship to...

José Raúl Gallego: “Journalism is Not Compatible with Totalitarianism”

José Raúl Gallego Ramos (Camagüey, 1986) graduated from the University of Havana in 2010 with a Bachelor’s...

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...