Xavier Zimbardo traveled to Cuba and lived there for many months learning about this paradoxical island and its people.
Xavier Zimbardo traveled to Cuba and lived there for many months learning about this paradoxical island and its people. With the eyes of a journalist and an artist, he captures the essence of all we think of Cuba, yet surprises us with images wholly new and unexpected. Through his vibrant color photographs, we can feel the heat of the sun, hear the laughter and cheers of children, and see the movements of dancers.
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Cristina García (born July 4, 1958) is a Cuban-born American journalist and novelist. Her first novel, Dreaming in Cuban (1992), received critical acclaim and was a finalist for the National Book Award.
TROPICAL FORECAST: Mostly sunny throughout Cuba with scattered thundershowers. His mother kissed him on the forehead and gave him an encouraging pat. Hot days ahead with temperatures up to 35 degrees Celsius. Global warming begins here, compays. Sleep with the angels.
Город: BARCELONAПодписчиков: 576О себе: Diseño, produzco y comercializo mis mont.
Город: BARCELONAПодписчиков: 576О себе: Diseño, produzco y comercializo mis monturas con total libertad, buscando mi propia línea, procurando ser lo más auténtico posible.
Cristina García is the author of six novels, including the National Book Award finalist Dreaming in Cuban; children’s .
Cristina García is the author of six novels, including the National Book Award finalist Dreaming in Cuban; children’s books; anthologies; and poetry. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and a Whiting Writers’ Award, among other honors, and is currently University Chair in Creative Writing at Texas State University-San Marcos. For a novel that for 235 pages centers around two aging and ailing adversaries without sparing us details of their decrepitude and myriad illnesses, the story is ironically bright, buoyant, and effervescent.