Radio Victoria, with 68 years in the soul, beats with a different force

In this calendar, with 68 years in the soul, it beats with a different force; much solid and appreciated when the battle for life marks every bit, every transmission of sounds, signals, and feelings across multiple platforms. Because the Radio has also found ways to circumvent geographic and technological gaps.

Irma Rosa Govín

I met her through a beautiful book, designed as she wanted, for children; just a year and two months ago. I think she did it with special intention for her Manatí children. I won't be able to know. Sadly, and in its brutal way, the COVID-19 snatched the writer Irma Rosa Govín from us.

 Jorge Luis Reyes Peña, winner of the 1st Antonio Borrego National Sonnet Contest

He confesses that he was never inclined to literature. In 2015 he attended the Guillermo Vidal literary workshop, based at the Provincial Committee of the National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC, by its acronym in Spanish), motivated by the micro-story, and then he was a few years away from the profession until he resumed those walks. Today he masters genres such as haikus, the Cuban stanza, the aphorism, the epigram, the sonnet, and short sonnet.

 Cristino Márquez

Some men anchor themselves in places and become an intimate part of their best works. They are almost always passionate beings, with the discipline and the indispensable talent to transcend and, for that reason, they touch the soul of spaces and transform them for the better. In Las Tunas we have had many such people.