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El Premio de Narrativa "Reinado Arenas" 2017 anuncia los ganadores de su segunda edición: para la categoría de residentes en Cuba el galardón recae en el abogado y periodista Rolando Ferrer Espinosa, mientras que en representación del exilio el premio lo comparten los escritores y periodistas Armando de Armas y José Hugo Fernández.

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Cubanet, José Hugo Fernández, Havana, 24 December 2014 – How many – and which – private properties seized by the regime could be returned to their owners or their descendants? Alternatively, how many indemnifications could there be once the US … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA – Cuba. Perhaps the tenor Placido Domingo nostalgically remembers his stay in Havana. If he does, the Grand Hotel undoubtedly would occupy a special corner in his memory. Unfortunately for us, although perhaps luckily for her, Maria Cervantes, jewel … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba — The announcement of new email and internet navigation services that directives of ETECSA — the state (and only) telephone company in Cuba — have just made public confirms the regime’s tendency to design each measure of its … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, January, — If the caviar leftists from abroad saw what their eyes can see in Cuba, and not only what they want to see, a walk through Old Havana would suffice for them to discover the impassable … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, 14 January  – It’s often said that the elimination of the White Card — as the government-issued travel permit was known — has been one of the most significant among the reforms undertaken in Cuba during the … Continue reading Continue reading

La Otra Esquina de las Palabras organiza la presentación del poemario Escorpión en el mapa, de Ernesto Santana y la novela Mujer con rosa en el pubis, de José Hugo Fernández.

La presentación estará a cargo del poeta Ramón Fernández-Larrea. También participará Jorge Mota, director de Plaza Editorial, que publica ambos libros.

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Havana, Cuba, December, In Havana, at the corner of Prado and Dragones streets, the regime affixed a plaque to honor the memory of a foreign fascist: Manuel Fraga Iribarne. But not even the tiniest plaque or sign exists in … Continue reading Continue reading
Havana, Cuba.  November, www.cubanet/org — The prostitutes of Havana never inspire as much pity as when we see them accompanied by those mummies of European and US Stalinism who today constitute their VIP clientele.  Really you have to have a … Continue reading Continue reading
Havana, Cuba, November, — In a state cafeteria called The Rapid, in the Havana neighborhood of Cerro, the clients do not have access to the television installed there for public purposes.  The equipment shows them only its backside while … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, October, – Should the controversial law be annulled or changed? No Cuban who emigrates does so for purely ‘economic’ reasons. Hundreds of thousands of our fellow citizens, persecuted or not, live freely in the U.S. thanks to … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, October, – What was Raul Castro thinking when, some days ago, in a meeting with the Council of Ministers, he said they are “doing experiments in order to” address the effects of the aging of the Cuban … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, September, – The generalship of the regime is showing particular interested in incorporating women into the army. In several sites in Havana where people gather signs have been posted lately calling on young unemployed women to sign … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba , September, – Out of every ten members of the Communist Youth League, when they get to the age when they should become members of the Cuban Communist Party (CCP), or, on the contrary, become politically deactivated, … Continue reading Continue reading
HAVANA, Cuba, August, — A very brief stop at a Havana park, El Curita (at the corner of Reina and Galiano streets), provides enough time to gauge the opinions of riders of the new public transport cooperative that serves … Continue reading Continue reading