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Book about Fidel Castro is launched in Vietnam

Cuban journalist and writer Luis Báez is the author of the text, whose publication in Vietnam results from a joint work of Prensa Latina news agency and the Publishing House of the Vietnamese News Agency (VNA). Read More

Cubans cool off with books this summer

In addition of selling books, the initiative includes literary gatherings, concerts, performances by troubadours, as well as dance and theater activities. Read More

Cuban poet Fina Garcia Marruz to receive Pablo Neruda Award

Cuban Culture Minister Abel Prieto will receive the prize in the name of Garcia Marruz. Read More

"History will absolve me" multimedia output

The History will absolve me multimedia output will be presented at José Martí Memorial in Plaza de la Revolución. Read More

Interview with Valerie Hemingway, last secretary of Ernest Hemingway

In occasion of the 108 birthday of the renowned US writer on July 21, we publish extracts of an interview with Valerie Hemingway, the last secretary the renowned US writer had (1959-1961), conducted by Gladys Rodríguez Ferrero Read More

Fernandez Retamar honored in Mexico

The 2nd International Festival of Latin American Poetry, which is wrapping up Thursday in the Mexican city of Puebla, is dedicated this year to Cuban scholar Roberto Fernandez Retamar. Read More

Cuban poet Carilda Oliver: 85 years old

Carilda came to life on July 6, 1922 out of the love between Caridad Labra and doctor Pedro Oliver, both Matanzas natives just as their darling daughter. She told me once her parents heard a young man calling out on his girlfriend "¡Carilda, Carilda!", and because they liked it they decided to name as such their first daughter. Read More

Dra. Maria Dolores Ortiz, a famous figure

Juventud Rebelde interviewed this woman, member of the panel of the Escriba y Lea (Write and Read) TV program, one of the oldest programs in the history of Cuban Television Read More

Carilda film premieres in Cuba

The documentary "Memoria de la fiebre", dedicated to Carilda Oliver Labra, 1997 National Literature Prizewinner, premiered in Matanzas, Cuba on Thursday with the presence of poet and film director Manuel Jorge. Read More

A cultural group from Puerto Rico attends the Jornada Cucalambeana folkloric activities

The Cultural Brigade of solidarity with Cuba, Dos Alas, coming from Puerto Rico is in Las Tunas to participate in the most important event of the rural culture in this Caribbean island, the Cucalambeana Folkloric Party that will run in this eastern city until Sunday, July fist. Read More

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