INVENTAR UN HOMBRE
Díaz Castro, Tania
Publishing House: ZV Lunáticas, París, 2011
Prólogo: Belkis Cuza-Malé
[Machine Translation:] Tania Diaz Castro (Cuba, 1939). Writer, journalist and radio scriptwriter. He has published books Notes for the time, Five young poets, all I will have to hear, cut yellow flowers at dusk and turn plaquette While maple leaves.
In 1977 he was separated from the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba. In 1988 he was sentenced to prison for being a co-founder of the Human Rights Party of Cuba, and psychologically tortured by order of Fidel Castro in 1990 by signing a manifesto, along with other activists, where a plebiscite called for his country
He began working as a freelance journalist in CubaNet page in 1998, where he still works. Reside in Havana.