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Our Banality of Evil

This morning I went for a walk in New York with the right soundtrack for a mournful...

The Icebreaker. Theory and Practice of a Winter Night

Julián Rodríguez has a plan… And it consists, basically, in breaking blocks. Those that separate art and literature,...

Cuban Nothingness: Memoirs

“A snake will break up a hen-house quicker than anything.” William Faulkner, As I lay dying Monte Oscuro, Las...

‘Our Hunger in Havana’, by Enrique Del Risco: A Memory of the Food Crisis

When we talk about food memory we might think of the memory of a family meal, of...

Conga

Carnival marches, satirical demonstrations, surrealist banners, bizarre slogans, memes, graffiti… and congas, several congas. In the last decade,...

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...

Sergio Chejfec: The Passenger Is Gone

“I will die in Paris with a rainstorm, / on a day I already remember.” I remembered...

From the Great Resignation to the Great Domestication

If the Great Resignation has achieved such a major impact, it is because it comes from the...