America, My Brother, My Blood
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A Latin American song of suffering and resistance
Poetry by Pablo Neruda and art by Oswaldo Guayasamí­n
Edited by Alexandra Keeble and Rachel Kirby
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Uniting Neruda's Canto General with Guayasamín's breathtaking paintings, this is a visionary song to Latin America. This new edition is CLOTH -not paper- and has a NEW PRICE. [A booklet of this title can be downloaded here]

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Travelers' Tales of Old Cuba
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From Treasure Island to Mafia den
Edited by John Jenkins
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Few places are as fascinating as Cuba, which has drawn travelers ever since it was “discovered” by Columbus in 1492. Magnificently evoking the romance and drama as well as darker episodes of slavery and tyranny, this selection of journal entries, essays and guidebook commentaries begins in the days when Havana sheltered Caribbean pirate treasure ships and was the gateway to the Spanish empire in the New World. Read more »
Self-Portrait
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A photographic and literary memoir
Ernesto Che Guevara
Edited by Víctor Casaus
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Self-Portrait, an intimate look at the man behind the icon, is a remarkable photographic and literary memoir that draws on the rich seam of diaries, letters, poems, journalism and short stories Che Guevara left with his family in Cuba. Read more »
The Motorcycle Diaries Movie Tie-in Edition
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Notes on a Latin American journey
Ernesto Che Guevara
Preface by Aleida Guevara
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A New York Times bestseller, this is the book of the popular movie “The Motorcycle Diaries,” directed by Walter Salles and starring Gael García Bernal as the young Che Guevara—or Ernesto, as he was at the time. These lively and highly entertaining travel diaries are illustrated with photos from the original journey and mark the starting point of the young Argentine medical student’s transformation into one of the 20th century’s most enduring revolutionary icons. Read more »
The Motorcycle Diaries
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Notes on a Latin American journey
Ernesto Che Guevara
Preface by Aleida Guevara
Regular price US$14.95 Our price US$11.21
A New York Times bestseller, this is the book of the popular movie “The Motorcycle Diaries,” directed by Walter Salles and starring Gael García Bernal as the young Che Guevara—or Ernesto, as he was at the time. These lively and highly entertaining travel diaries are illustrated with photos from the original journey and mark the starting point of the young Argentine medical student’s transformation into one of the 20th century’s most enduring revolutionary icons. Read more »
Chile: The Other September 11
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An anthology of reflections on the 1973 coup
Ariel Dorfman, Salvador Allende et al.
Edited by Pilar Aguilera and Ricardo Fredes
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This anthology reclaims the date of September 11 as the anniversary of the 1973 US-backed coup in Chile by General Pinochet against the popularly elected government of Salvador Allende, combining moving personal accounts with a historical overview of the coup's significance. Read more »
Haydée Santamaría
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Rebel Lives
Edited by Betsy Maclean
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Woman guerrilla leader in Cuba, whose passion for art and revolution inspired Latin America’s cultural renaissance. Read more »
José Martí Reader
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Writings on the Americas
Introduction by Ivan Schulman
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This elegant anthology presents the full breadth of José Martí's work as a teacher, journalist, revolutionary and poet. It includes his political essays and writings on culture, his journalism, letters and selections of his poetry, published here in both Spanish and English. Read more »
Letters of Love and Hope
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The Story of the Cuban Five
Alice Walker with the families of the Cuban Five
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The story of five Cubans serving lengthy sentences in US prisons for the "crime" of trying to prevent terrorism against Cuba. Introduced by Alice Walker, with a preface by Cuban poet Nancy Morejon, this book includes excerpts from diaries and letters from and to children, wives and parents of the five Cubans imprisoned in the United States for "espionage," providing a glimpse of how ordinary families strive to maintain connections in extraordinary circumstances. Read more »
AfroCuba
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An anthology of Cuban writing on race, politics and culture
Edited by Jean Stubbs and Pedro Pérez Sarduy
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What is it like to be black in Cuba? Does racism exist in a revolutionary society that claims to have abolished it? How does the legacy of slavery and segregation live on in today's Cuba? Read more »