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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...

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

For Reynier Leyva Novo (Havana, 1983), a hero is just that: the parable of an ideal, a...

Who is Karla Pérez and why is the Cuban government forbidding her return to Cuba?

Karla Pérez (Cienfuegos, 1998), the young Cuban woman whom the Cuban government prohibited from returning to her...

“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...

Jorge Luis Arcos: Art as Rebellion

“Servitude looms only over a multitude of solitudes,” said Camus. Freedom must break every whip, the persistence...

MSI/27N: Watching from Afar, Feeling Very Close

Nothing is more natural than to emigrate. However, the conscience of the emigrant often unwittingly mocks the...

Jorge Ferrer: “When every day seemed vital”

I read Jorge Ferrer from the other side of the Atlantic. We are seven hours apart. He...

Counter-surveillance. Interview with Coco Fusco

Despite the fact that in recent years it has been appearing a series of contributions ―articles, essays,...