Pablo Medina

Pablo Medina is the author of 13 books of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and translation. Until the age of 12, he lived in Havana, Cuba, then moved with his family to New York City, where his culture shock was softened by snow and by countless visits to the New York Public Library. His work has appeared in major periodicals in the United States and abroad. Currently, he lives in Boston, MA, and teaches at Emerson College.


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The Cuban Novels of Pablo Medina

THE AUTHOR OF 13 BOOKS of prose and poetry, including a translation (with Mark Statman) of Federico García Lorca’s ...

The Cuban Novels of Pablo Medina


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