Litro #154: World Series | Cuba

Litro #154: World Series | Cuba
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The Litro Magazine, World Series brings to Londoners annually a selection of fresh, exciting literary stars and artists from around the globe.

Cover Art: by Tonel

Contents:

Letter from guest Editor Leila Segal

Havana Hemicrania by Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo

Losing Twice by Aida Bahr

Last Wish by Ihoeldis M. Rodriguez

The Cuban-Americans by Geandy Pavon

Artist Q&A with musician Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas

Ravings by Karla Suarez

Off the Page by Omar Pérez

How to Play by Ihoeldis M. Rodriguez

Luca’s Trip to Havana by Leila Segal

Taste as a Political Matter by Coco Fusco

Someone’s Stolen the Cockatiels by Dazra Novak

Welcome! to The Cuba issue Litro#154.


Join us to celebrate the launch of Litro | 154:Cuba, with an evening of workshops, talks, readings and live music from some of today’s leading writers, artists and musicians from Cuba.


12TH JULY 2016, Waterstone’s Piccadilly 203 – 206 Piccadilly W1J 9HD.
£5 tickets are available in-store, by telephone 0207 851 2400 or by email: [email protected]

Eric Akoto

About Eric Akoto

Eric Akoto is Publisher and Editor in Chief of Litro Magazine. His passions lie in progressive politics, freedom of expression, quality & independence in arts and journalism, social enterprise, secularism, good technology, and above all the power of fiction to connect and bring a level of empathy to different peoples. With a journalistic background his writing has featured in various magazines, and contributed to various books he also curates and comperes at festivals such as The Latitude Festival and the Hay Festival. The first thing he does when visiting a city is to don a pair of trainers and go for a jog around the city. He highly recommends a morning meditation to start your day.

Eric Akoto is Publisher and Editor in Chief of Litro Magazine. His passions lie in progressive politics, freedom of expression, quality & independence in arts and journalism, social enterprise, secularism, good technology, and above all the power of fiction to connect and bring a level of empathy to different peoples. With a journalistic background his writing has featured in various magazines, and contributed to various books he also curates and comperes at festivals such as The Latitude Festival and the Hay Festival. The first thing he does when visiting a city is to don a pair of trainers and go for a jog around the city. He highly recommends a morning meditation to start your day.

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