Ediciones Holguín, one of the oldest provincial publishers in Cuba, will be present at the International Book Fair of Havana, scheduled from the first to February 11 next in the capital of the country.
On this occasion the center will be present with five titles, among which are El Huracán and La Palma, a poetic anthology of Delfín Prats and the Imposed text, by the Cuban-American writer Mercedes de Acosta, whose work translated into Spanish is published for the first time time on the island.
Lourdes González, director of the institution, stressed to the ACN that in the great event of the letters will also be available to the public, fresh paint Rubén Rodríguez, and the re-edition of Princess Dayán de Niurki Pérez.
To this catalog will be added, in addition, Lovachevski's Geometry, by the Holguin writer José Luis García, a work of science fiction written in sonnet, awarded with the National Prize of Criticism 2017.
He indicated that the Lezama Lima room will be the stage on February 5 of the presentation of these volumes, which will include the editors José Luis Serrano, Fidel Fidalgo and Eugenio Marrón, recognized for their contributions to culture in the eastern territory.
Ediciones Holguín was founded in 1986 with the publication of the books laureate in the first edition of the City Prize, in the genres of poetry, testimony, narrative and essay to add more than 600 titles in these 31 years.
The cultural institution has obtained numerous awards in the area of design and publishing, including the National Criticism 2006 to the book Ataxia Espinocerebelosa tipo Dos, by Doctor Luis Velázquez.