Litro #154: Letter from the Guest Editor

Fiction can comfortably contain ambiguity; its flesh and blood creations can make no sense, contradict themselves, and in be- ing fully human, represent experience to us in ways that opinion or analysis can not.

Leila Segal was born in London. She is a writer, and the director of anti-slavery project Voice of Freedom. Her debut collection Breathe: Stories from Cuba originates in the time she spent in Havana and the Pinar del Río province of Cuba between 2000 and 2006.