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Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Fake UNEAC Congress

The Fake UNEAC Congress / Angel Santiesteban Posted on April 26, 2014 Once again, the official intellectuals are summoned to “participate” in another Congress of the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC), to be used as political reaffirmation for the Regime, since they won’t do anything else, the same as on previous occasions. […] Continue reading

Generaciones de tristes adjetivos

Generaciones de tristes adjetivos DARIELA AQUIQUE LUNA | La Habana | 22 Abr 2014 – 12:08 pm. ‘X’, ‘Cero’, ‘Y’, ‘Saltada’…: de los años 60 del siglo XX a la primera década del XXI, varias generaciones de cubanos se han visto frustradas. A todos nos toca cambiar. Hace poco leí un post del escritor Leonardo […] Continue reading

A Cuba Crime Report

A Cuba Crime Report April 18, 2014 Irina Echarry HAVANA TIMES — On the last Saturday of March, an official government announcement took the habitual listeners of Havana’s Radio Reloj radio program by surprise. It was a petition by authorities asking the public the help clear up a crime that had taken place in Old […] Continue reading

I Only Know That I Am Afraid

“I Only Know That I Am Afraid” / Tania Diez Castro / HemosOido Posted on April 15, 2014 HAVANA, Cuba — For almost the first three years of his regime, Fidel Castro was not interested in Cuban intellectuals. He did not forgive their passivity during the years of revolutionary insurrection. They had not put bombs […] Continue reading

Yo solo sé que tengo miedo

“Yo solo sé que tengo miedo” Dijo el poeta ante el joven Fidel Castro. Hoy, los artistas en la Isla siguen teniendo miedo viernes, abril 11, 2014 | Tania Díaz Castro LA HABANA, Cuba –Durante los casi tres primeros años del régimen de Fidel Castro, a éste no le interesaban los intelectuales cubanos. No perdonaba […] Continue reading