At the Book Court in Brooklyn, NY, Sept. 14, 2013. (Bill Hackwell photo) My New York publicist had arranged an interview for me with WLRN, South Florida’s popular National Public Radio affiliate, for this Tuesday (September 17) to talk about my new book, What Lies Across the Water: The Real Story of the Cuban Five. […]

Who are the Cuban Five? Why did the FBI arrest them? Why are they still in prison in the United States? What makes them national heroes in their homeland? What does their case have to do with the war on terror? And why should their story matter to Americans? Coversm Canadian journalist Stephen Kimber, the […]

The following is a translation by Cuba News’s Walter Lippman of a story that first appeared in Spanish in cubadebate on August 2, 2013. The article was written by Ricardo Alarcón, the former President of the Cuban National Assembly. A STORY THAT NEEDED TO BE TOLD Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada August 2, 2013 A CubaNews translation. […]

“The author’s clear, flowing, and often seat-gripping, even entertaining, narrative is an added plus. The book is highly recommended…” Stephen Kimber’s “What Lies Across the Water: The Real Story of the Cuban Five” by W. T. WHITNEY Publication of What Lies Across the Water, Stephen Kimber’s book about Cuban anti-terrorists serving wildly extravagant terms in U.S. […]

From a review of What Lies Across The Water: The Real Story of the Cuban Five in the Havana Times by Dawn Gable HAVANA TIMES — The endnotes of What Lies Across the Water* opens with: “The truth is — everybody lies.” But I believe author Stephen Kimber when he says that as part of […]