“The first thing that caught my attention when I received the first draft of the book was its title,” writes Havana-born activist artist Leonor Anthony in the foreword to Vanishing Cuba, the latest volume from New York-based photographer Michael Chinnici. “What is it, in fact, that is vanishing?”
The first VANISHING CUBA book review is in and it’s by British-based DIGITAL CAMERA WORLD Magazine. It’s always exciting when a publication does an independent review of your work. So when Digital Camera World asked us for a book to review, it was our pleasure to provide one.
Dulce magazine interviews Michael Chinnici about his new book titled Vanishing Cuba. The photo storytelling book features 300 images from Chinnici’s 24 trips to Cuba.
I was elated to learn that Barnes & Noble will carry my Vanishing Cuba Silver Edition book, beginning March 30. The book will be available for 24 hour delivery from BN.com or directly from their network of over 600 bookstores across the United States.
We have now directly shipped hundreds of books within the United States, and many to Canada, Australia, Egypt, Italy, Hong Kong, France, New Zealand, Mexico, Denmark, Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Croatia, Israel, Guatemala, India, and Argentina.