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Casa de las Americas 2010 Literary Awards

On its 51st edition, the contest will accept non-published poems and plays written by Latin American authors, as well as Brazilian authors who have written and published non-fiction books in Portuguese during 2008-2009 Read More

La Gaceta de Cuba, a Rubik’s Cube for the Mind

Founded by Cuba’s National Poet Nicolás Guillén, and with 47 years circulating in the Cuban scene, La Gaceta de Cuba, published by the Association of Writers and Artists of Cuba, has become one of the most prestigious publications within Cuba’s cultural environment. Read More

Hemingway Colloquium with the participation of experts from the US, Italy, and Cuba

A colloquium on the work and presence in Cuba of US writer Ernest Hemingway begins, with the participation of experts from the US, Italy, and Cuba.<br /> Read More

Internacional Colloquium on Ernest Hemingway Begins in Havana

The event, the 12th of its kind organized by the Cuban National Heritage Council, the Finca Vigia Museum and the Hemingway Chair of the Jose Marti Internacional Journalism Institute<br /> Read More

Bibliographical funds to be enriched with the work by the Cuban National Hero José Martí

The funds of the Roberto Riva Fraga provincial library are being complemented from now onwards with the complete work by the National Hero José Martí and other books related to his life and contributions. Read More

In Havana: Cuban Tribute to Poet Rafael Alberti

Several Spanish writers, among them Fernando Valverde, winner of the 2009 Alarcos Poetry Award, will participate in a seminar Wednesday here, dedicated to Spanish deceased poet Rafael Alberti (1902-1999). Read More

Las Tunas, Cuba, Will Celebrate 42nd Cucalambeana Folkloric Party

The Cucalambeana Folkloric Party, dedicated this year to the buccolic poetess Tomasita. Las Tunas Will Celebrate 42nd Cucalambeana Folkloric Party. Read More

Undergraduate Puerto Ricans Studying at the Cuban Center of Studies on José Martí

A group of Puerto Rican university students have arrived from different parts of the country to study at the Cuban Center of Studies on José Martí (CEM). Read More

Cuba Promotes Reading for the Blind, 138 such areas exist in the country

Cuban cultural authorities are carrying out projects to promote reading for the blind, as part of the country's policy of social inclusion. Read More

Book on the Cuban Revolution Presented in Mali

The presentation in Mali´s capital Bamako of the book Poemas para Cuba Libre (Poems for Free Cuba), by the late Mamadou Ibrahim Issebere, gathered friends and admirers of the island in this African nation. Read More

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