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Join us for An Evening in Cuba on Saturday, February 20, 7-10 pm at the Chico Women's Club. This fundraiser features a bilingual reading by the AfroCuban poet Geoorgina Herrera, Cuban small plates, no-host bar with mojitos, Cuban music & dance, raffle, and silent auction. More information and tickets here!


Prize-winning AfroCuban poet Georgina Herrera to visit seven universities in the USA in February and March.


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Cubanabooks Blog

Building Bridges

Giorgina Herreras

A Genuine Cimarron

Cimarroneando: Selected Poems by Georgina Herrera

Article Always Rebellious 

Cuba Counterpoint Top Ten Summer Reading List

An Address in Havana highlighted in Top Ten Summer Reading List in Cuba Counterpoint webzine! 


Cubanabooks: Un sueño editorial

The wildly popular online magazine On Cuba features an interview in Spanish with Sara E. Cooper, the co-founder and Editor in Chief of Cubanabooks. 

The Origin Stories of 21 Indie Presses

Superhero Small Publishers and Their First-Ever Books November 10, 2015  on LitHub, by Courtney Gillette

Cuban Women Are Finally Being Published in the US

Feature Nov 2, 2015 12:05 PM

Cubanabooks Brings Cuban Women Writers to America

Feature by Dennis Abrams in Publishing Perspectives

Cubanabooks in the News

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Aida Bahr event 5/18 & 19, Cubanabooks article by Bay Area Reporter's Heather Cassell 


Listen or download an epsiode of Cover to Cover Open Book originally aired August 3, 2012 on KPFA 94.1

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On March 30, 2015 the Cuban Academy of Language celebrated their latest member--the “rigurous, reflexive, rebellious, rational, challenging and convincing” Mirta Yáñez (in the words of writer and scholar Margarita Mateo Palmer). The lecture that Yáñez gave at the ceremony, a feminist tour de force on women's representation in Latinamerican Romantic literature, was hailed as 

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