Foray Tales in Literature and other Realms of Thought and Expression
José Martí’s pioneering remarks on Mark Twain underlines why the great American humorist stands among the universal authors that transcend.
The first volume of Mark Twain’s autobiographical trilogy met its release date in mid-November last year. With due prudence, the author...
Writer, artist, former tenured research professor.
Frank Varela’s Diaspora: Selected and New Poems
The Off-modern Connection
José Martí and Spain
Desacralizing Cuba’s National Hero
The Buck Stops Here
Frank Varela’s Latest Collection of Poetry:
José Martí on how to be Absolutely Modern
Stefan Zweig Befriends Magellan
Alejo Carpentier’s Latin America: Lost and Found
José Martí, Literature, and the United States
The Downfall of Humanities: Who is to Blame?
José Martí on Louisa May Alcott
José Martí and "The Golden Age"
Hostos’ Philosophy and Modernism
in Latin America
Zora Neal Hurston Jumps at the Sun
Che Guevara and the Study of Philosophy in Latin America
Frank Varela or the Off-Modern Poet
Jubal's Kin: Central Florida's Golden Exponents of Roots Music