Posts Tagged: Cuba

Adelante / Jessica Guzman

Cuban American poet Jessica Guzman recently published her debut collection, Adelante. This book is full of things to discover, from lizards to manatees, orange jumpsuits to corals. My father / in the hospital recliner, rolling oranges / across the t.v.

Adelante / Jessica Guzman

Cuban American poet Jessica Guzman recently published her debut collection, Adelante. This book is full of things to discover, from lizards to manatees, orange jumpsuits to corals. My father / in the hospital recliner, rolling oranges / across the t.v.

Dreaming in Cuban (by Cristina Garcia)

Dreaming in Cuban is very different from the last novel I discussed here,  How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents. It feels like there is, somehow, more of everything. It’s rougher throughout, but smoother around the edges. Maybe this will make

Dreaming in Cuban (by Cristina Garcia)

Dreaming in Cuban is very different from the last novel I discussed here,  How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents. It feels like there is, somehow, more of everything. It’s rougher throughout, but smoother around the edges. Maybe this will make