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  • Claria Catfish
    Among Fish and Cats (Spanish Text)

    As the growing non-native population of catfish causes “ecological holocaust” in Cuba’s waters, the government advises Cubans to “Eat up!” But many still find catfish unpalatable, with some buying the cheap fish to feed their pets, mainly cats.

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  • Bones Will Crow
    Bones Will Crow Revisited

    To mark the American debut of an anthology of contemporary Burmese poetry, Sampsonia Way reprints Khet Mar’s interview with editors James Byrne and poet Ko Ko Thett, in which they discuss the challenges of compiling the anthology, and Burma’s transition out of a culture of censorship.

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  • Censured Picasso
    Erdocracy Censures Picasso!

    As the pro-government ATV Channel in Turkey censures a cubist painting by Picasso, Tarık Günersel thanks the group of American actors and other intellectuals for criticizing the new oppressive regime in Turkey, which he calls “Erdocracy,” a version of Islamofascism.

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    The Stone-Throwing Analyst

    Political analyst or disruptive propagandist? A disturbing trend in newspaper editorials in Venezuela. “Analysts interpret. They don’t rebuke, punish, exclude, or explain; that is the job of a propagandist.”

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  • By El Sexto
    A Burden, For What? by Michel Encinosa Fú

    Encinosa Fú is one of the best writers of science fiction and fantasy epic genres in Cuba. But he is also a storyteller who explores realism to its very violent limits. Author of more than 11 books, his work has been included in more than 20 anthologies.

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  • By El Sexto
    Lastre, Para Qué por Michel Encinosa Fú

    Encinosa Fú es uno de los principales creadores del género de la ciencia ficción y la fantasía épica en Cuba. Pero es también un narrador que lleva el realismo a un límite de violencia. Autor de más de once libros, ha sido incluido en más de veinte antologías.

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