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Sunday, November 28 at 11 AM:
“Poetry and Questions: Cuba and Nicaragua”
with Margaret Randall

A commentated poetry reading addressing the current situations in Cuba and Nicaragua.

Margaret Randall I am a US poet and author who lived for 11 years in Cuba (1969-1980) and 4 in Nicaragua (1980-1984). I have published widely on issues relating to both countries, principally women and culture. Among recent book titles are: Exporting Revolution: Cuba’s Global Solidarity, The Road/Solo El Camino–Eight Decades in Cuban Poetry, and I Never Left Home: Poet, Feminist, Revolutionary (a memoir), all published by Duke University Press; Thinking About Thinking (Casa Urraca Press); and Out Of Violence Into Poetry (Wings Press).

Music by Dean Stevens

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