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Longreads Member Exclusive: A Visit to Havana

This week, we’re proud to feature a Longreads Member Exclusive from Alma Guillermoprieto and The New York Review of Books.

Born in Mexico City, Guillermoprieto has covered Latin America for NYRB since 1994, and she has also written for The New Yorker, The Guardian and the Washington Post. Today’s feature, “A Visit to Havana,” is about her return to Cuba for Pope John Paul II’s arrival in 1998.

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Longreads Member Exclusive: A Visit to Havana

Alma Guillermoprieto | New York Review of Books | March 26, 1998 | 8,874 words

(Subscribe to Longreads to receive this and other weekly exclusives.) This week, we’re proud to feature a  Member Exclusive from Alma Guillermoprieto and The New York Review of Books. Born in Mexico City, Guillermoprieto has covered Latin America for NYRB since 1994, and she has also written for The New Yorker, The Guardian and the Washington Post. Her books include Dancing with Cuba: A Memoir of the Revolution and Looking for History: Dispatches from Latin America, which includes the below story, “A Visit to Havana,” about her return to Cuba for Pope John Paul II’s arrival in 1998.