Norberto Fuentes (La Habana, 1943) is author of some books that are catalogued as literary classics from the second half of the 20th Century, such as Hemingway en Cuba or Dulces guerreros cubanos. In 1968 he won the Premio Casa de las Américas for his collection of short stories Condenados de Condado, which is considered to be the premier work of “dissident Cuban literature”. His most recent work, La autobiografía de Fidel Castro, has been published – or is undergoing the process of edition – in over ten countries and has been internationally celebrated by critics as a definitive work about Castro – The Washington Post selected it as one of the most important books of 2010 –. Fuentes currently resides in Miami, where he is a contributor for different media outlets.