Books

The King Is Dead, Long Live the King

One of the Havana Book Fair's greatest absurdities was the presentation of the book 'Raúl Castro and Our America Nuestra América', a collection of eighty-six speeches by the Cuban head of state. ...

The Loynaz Family and Cuba

In this book we are given a lucid and fascinating overview of the Loynaz family, one of the most literary families in the history of Cuba....

The Castle Cousins

The novel is a loosely recounted story of the life of a Cuban family covering about two centuries and the ups and downs that is part of living....

Stronger Than Tyranny

Book: 'Stronger Than Tyranny'. Ernesto Díaz-Rodríguez was born in Cojimar, a fishing village not far from the Bay of Havana, on November 11, 1939. A prolific writer and poet, much of his work was written during the tortuous 22 years in which he...

Next Year In Havana

"I grew up on stories about Cuba, and it seems only natural that I turned into a storyteller myself, that one day I would return to my roots, to the island that’s captured my imagination for so long."-- Chanel Cleeton...

Fidel Castro: Life and Death of a Dictator

The book 'Fidel Castro: Life and Death of a Dictator' follows key events that impacted the Caribbean island, its people, and the world during the tumultuous reign of this controversial dictator....

Cubans: An Epic Journey

In October 1965, President Lyndon Johnson stated that the spirit of America held tradition as an asylum for the oppressed, and he pledged 'to the people of Cuba that those who seek refuge here will find it'. ...

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