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An episodic look at modern Cuba follows Pedro Juan, an ex-radio journalist, as he struggles to survive in the crumbling old city of Havana.
Paperback, 296 pages
Published August 25th 2016 by Michael Wiese Productions
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Todd Klick is the #1 bestselling author of Something Startling Happens: The 120 Story Beats Every Writer Needs to Know and The Screenwriter’s Fairy Tale. Todd’s stories earned accolades with the prestigious Nicholl Fellowship and the PAGE International screenwriting competitions. Todd sold and optioned numerous scripts for stage and screen, and inked deals to develop stories for the London and Bro ...more

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