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Cuba Brings Its Latest Offerings to Panama Book Fair

Some of Cuba's most outstanding literature is available at Panama's 6th annual International Book Fair in this capital. Read More

Cuban Writer Elena Beatriz Corujo Wins the Libresa International Prize

NUEVA GERONA, CUBA.- The novel La tienda de nadie earned Cuban writer Elena Beatriz Corujo the prize of the Libresa 2010 International Contest on Juvenile Literature. Read More

Key West, Cuba Hot Spots Pay Tribute To Hemingway

<div align="justify"> From Key West to Cuba, travelers can retrace the storied steps of author Ernest Hemingway. NY1's Valarie D'Elia filed the following report. </div> Read More

Hemingway in Cuba

<div align="justify"> This July 21st, Ernest Miller Hemingway (1899-1961) would have been 111 years old, characterized by incredible dynamics and adventures that are almost a legend.<br /> </div> Read More

The Golden Age: A Book of All Times

<div align="justify"> The magazine entitled The Golden Age was launched for the first time on July of 1889, literary publication written in New York dedicated for children of Latin America. </div> Read More

Shakespeare First Folio's saga ends as man is convicted of handling stolen goods

<div align="justify"> Raymond Scott, who always carries a jeweled champagne flute with him, and who sometimes travels to court in a limousine or a horse-drawn carriage with a Scots piper, was taken into custody. </div> Read More

Book on Alejo Carpentier published in Spain

<div align="justify"> Havana, Cuba, Jun 29.- The book ‘Alejo Carpentier, Poetics of the Mediterranean’, which analyzes the categories of space and time in the work of this Cuban writer and poet, was launched in Spain on Monday. </div> Read More

José Saramago, Nobel author, Communist, mourned in Portugal

<div align="justify"> Saramago was born in 1922 into a poor peasant family. He worked as a mechanic, proofreader and journalist for decades before fully turning his attention to writing. Indeed, he only began to receive recognition for his literary work when he was in his mid-50s. </div> Read More

Cervantes Museum Exhibits Cuban edition of El Quixote

Cuban ambassador to Spain, Alejandro González, donated to the Cervantes Museum of Esquivias (Toledo) a first edition of El Quixote published alter the triumph of the revolution in his country. Read More

Intellectuals and Poets Pay Tribute to Lezama Lima

HAVANA, Cuba, May 28 (acn) Intellectuals and poets participating in the 15th International Poetry Festival of Havana described Cuban late writer Jose Lezama Lima as a leader of the Latin American cultural world. Read More

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