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A new anthology creates a new canon of innovative Latin@ writing
Alejandra Pizarnik’s poetry finally gets the English translation it deserves.
Renewed U.S. relations may worsen inequality for Cuba’s blacks and women.
Translating Southeaster, by Haroldo Conti.
Photograph: Sarah Hill
The immigration official at Santiago’s Antonio Maceo Airport smiled
Eduardo Galeano began as a propagandist, convinced of a single dogmatic truth. He became an artist.
Nathan J. Robinson
Brazil's Spiritists, and their hero Chico Xavier, redefine religion.
What to expect from the renewed relations
A quarter of Costa Rican landmass has been given over to national parks.
A conversation with Adam Feinstein.
Immigrant families imprisoned in Artesia, New Mexico, say their due process rights are being violated.
Leonardo Padura's The Man Who Loved Dogs
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