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    On Killing the Messenger

    Some of us choose to write things that may only offend family members, because we believe our blood ties will save us from their retribution. Others choose to take the risk of provoking religious extremists because they believe the risk is worth it.

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  • Ye Fu and Friends
    Rice-Delivery-Party

    On the rise and fall (for now) of the popular Butcher Shop, an innovative philanthropic e-commerce project that provides financial aid to families of political prisoners. The venture is organized by Rice-Delivery-Party, a writer/activist collective led by the author and blogger Ye Fu.

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  • By El Sexto
    Dis Tortue, Dors-Tu Nue? by Lia Villares

    Lia Villares’ writing is herself, her motley room full of incense and music, her diaries half-finished or half-begun, her incredible blogs all of them called “Hechizamiento Habanémico Hebdomanario.” She is one of the most important social activists of the Cuban blogosphere.

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  • Lia Villares (La Habana, 1984).
    Lia Villares

    Lia Villares’ writing is herself, her motley room full of incense and music, her diaries half-finished or half-begun, her incredible blogs all of them called “Hechizamiento Habanémico Hebdomanario.” She is one of the most important social activists of the Cuban blogosphere.

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  • Lia Villares (La Habana, 1984).
    Lia Villares (en español)

    La obra de Villares es ella misma, su abigarrada habitación llena de inciensos y música, sus diarios a medio terminar o a medio empezar, sus inverosímiles blogs llamados todos “Hechizamiento Habanémico Hebdomanario.”

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