Havana, Feb 7 (Prensa Latina) Guatemalan literature will ratify its presence with multiple editorial news about history, politics and culture at the 29th Book Fair in Cuba, opened on Thursday in this capital.
The Guatemalan ambassador to Cuba, Hector Espinoza, will give a lecture on the writer, journalist and diplomat Miguel Angel Asturias, second Latin American author in obtaining the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1967, who defended the legacy of indigenous cultures in the Americas.
According to sources from the diplomatic mission, the event will exhibit several texts by Guatemalan publishers in the capital's Fortaleza de San Carlos de la Cabaña.
Until February 16, the Fair brings together more than 200 guests from 44 countries in Havana.
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