Ciro Bianchi Ross

Ciro Bianchi Ross

Ciro Bianchi Ross

Ciro Bianchi Ross (La Habana, 1948). During a fifty-year career, he has collaborated with the most important Cuban publications, worked on radio and TV, and written scripts for cinematographic documentaries. His column in the Sunday edition of Havana newspaper Juventud Rebelde has made him one of the most widely read journalists on the island. His books include Memoria oculta de La Habana and Contar a Cuba, as well as research on the Cuban days of García Lorca. He received the José Antonio Fernández de Castro National Cultural Journalism Award in 1999 and the José Martí National Journalism Award for his life’s work in 2018.

Books from this author: 1