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  • The Dirty Realism of New Cuban Fiction ANN LOUISE BARDACH, Ann Louise Bardach is the author of the forthcoming "Troubled Waters: The Miami-Havana Showdown" and the editor of the forthcoming "Cuba: A Traveler's Literary Companion." She is a contributing writer to Talk magazine

  • The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Writer MICHAEL TOLKIN, Michael Tolkin, a novelist and screenwriter, has just completed his third novel. He is the author of, among other works, "The Player."

  • First Fiction MARK ROZZO

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  • 'Blow Out Your Candles, Laura' D.J. CARLILE, D.J. Carlile, music critic, playwright and poet, has recently completed a new English translation of "Rimbaud: The Works," forthcoming from Xlibris in early spring

  • Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

  • The Blasphemy of Hope JONATHAN LEVI, Jonathan Levi is a contributing writer to Book Review

  • Draft of a Reparations Agreement Dan Pagis, From "World Poetry," edited by Katharine Washburn, John S. Major and Clifton Fadiman (W.W. Norton: 1,338 pp., $45)

  • No Fist Is Big Enough to Hide the Sky SUSIE LINFIELD, Susie Linfield is a contributing writer to Book Review. She teaches in the cultural reporting and criticism program at New York University

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