Bilingual edition. - La Habana, Cuba : Editorial José Martí, 
Book — 262 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
"Keith Ellis has swum with respect and wisdom through the rough seas of José Martí's Versos libres and offers the fruit of a lucid, tenacious and responsible work of translation. He does it, moreover, in the format of a bilingual edition, which gives the reading public an incomparable advantage and enhances the editorial undertaking for which we must be thankful, because from now on these Martí poems will be better known." -- back cover.
Book — 246 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Includes short stories, poems, testimonial stories and literary chronicles written by 19 authors, with illustrations by 20 well-known artists. It calls attention to the "Cuban Five" whose responsiblity was to monitor the actions of the Miami-based terrorist group in order to prevent terrorist attacks on Cuba.