Fina’s “Sitio”

Dedicated to the 94th anniversary of poetess FinaGarcíaMarruz, an indispensable voice of Cuban poetry, whose essay works stand out for their originality and depth.

During the recent Havana International Book Fair, the publishers Boloña presented a volume with the short name of Sitio, behind which few could make out the gift of a personal nostalgia of FinaGarcíaMarruz’ poetry that includes texts from her books Las miradasperdidas (1951) to Habana del centro (1997), and concludes with some poems which were unpublished or not compiled until now.

Cuba opens doors to the Caribbean

Important meetings of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) also defended a better integration and unity between both blocs.

With the backdrop of a sustained explosion in tourism and the influx of new airlines and cruise ships to its geography, Havana hosted in March the 22nd Meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) and the 5th CARICOM-Cuba Ministerial Meeting, both of which bet on re-launching cooperation, trade and transportation among the region’s economies.

Cuban digital books: a battle against tradition

The lack of a technological infrastructure and the analogical prejudices seem to be the causes for the little development of the e-book on the island.

Cuban journalist and narrator Rafael Grillo defines himself as “a self-employed worker of the digital world.”

More foreign companies in Mariel

Five new projects entered the Mariel Special Development Zone, this time with the participation of Panama, Brazil, Portugal, Spain and Cuba.

The Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM), the spearhead of Cuba’s opening to foreign investments, approved five new projects in the first months of this year and also confirmed the opportunity it offers to regional trade in the Caribbean.