G. Cabrera Infante, 1929-2005

Context N°17 by Andy Garcia The death of the Cuban writer Guillermo Cabrera Infante brought great sadness to all of us who cherished not only his extraordinary literary legacy but shared with him his passionate love for our native Cuba Read on! →


Infante’s Inferno

Hidden behind a cloak of exotic mystery, Cuba is virtually unknown to American citizens. G. Cabrera Infante—in Infante’s Inferno and several of his other novels—allows readers to peek behind the curtain surrounding this island and see the… Read on! →

Interview with Eloy Urroz

Context N°19 by Theodore McDermott Eloy Urroz has written more than a dozen books, including the novel The Obstacles, which is forthcoming from Dalkey Archive Press in July. He was one of the authors of the “Crack Manifesto”—a statement by Read on! →

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