An Address in Havana (Domicilio habanero)
By María Elena Llana
Translated by Barbara Riess
Always Rebellious (Cimarroneando)
By Georgina Herrera
Translated by Juanamaría Cordones-Cook, María Rodriguez-Alcalá and Alexander Michael Cordones-Cook
Leaning toward introspection and self-reflection, Herrera's writing addresses themes of gender and race with an Afro-centric perspective. Read more...
Homing Instincts (Querencias)
By Nancy Morejón
Translated by Pamela Carmell
The poems in this collection span a broad spectrum of love.
The Memory of Silence (Memoria del silencio)
By Uva de Aragón
Translated by Jeffrey C. Barnett
The Memory of Silence explores the lives of two sisters separated at the outset of the Cuban Revolution. Read more...
The Bleeding Wound (Sangra por la herida)
By Mirta Yáñez
Translated by Sara E. Cooper
Tones of disillusionment and wistful longing permeate the pages of this novel about the passage of time, the city of Havana, and death. Read more...