Havana’s history would probably be different without the prominence of the Cuban intellectual, Eusebio Leal, whose death resonated with people in many countries. Martha Sánchez Doctor of Historical Sciences and Master of Archaeological Sciences, Leal became a kind of mediator between the past, present and future. Reactions to […]
The economic crisis that was already coming into view at the end of last year is showing itself now in all its harshness, intensified by the coronavirus pandemic; and the immediate prospects for the evolution of the crisis could not be worse.
Fabrizio Sansoni arrived in Cuba at the end of 2019, when Havana was celebrating the 500th anniversary of its founding. It was love at first sight.
The scourge of a pandemic that claims hundreds of thousands of deaths, combined with the inequalities that still prevail in the 21st century, today pushes millions of people towards poverty and hunger. In Latin America the situation is looking disastrous. Ivette Fernandez Despite the fact that, according to […]
The literary group Las Juanas is celebrating its tenth anniversary. This celebration needs to be seen in the context in which women’s writing takes place.
The group Las Juanas, whose original name was Hispano-American Women Writers on Memory, was created because we wanted to develop our craft and share our work with a wider audience.
Memories live in our bodies, but need to be converted into words, and words are born to be shared.