|Subtitle||A Black Panther's Quest to Freedom|
|Artist / Creator||Steven Daiber|
|Press Name||Red Trillium Press|
|Place of Publication||Florence, MA|
|Author of Text||Hayden L. (Lilly) Daiber|
|Contributors||Hayden L. Daiber: cover illustration, Roberto Garcia: photographer|
|Book Binder||Collective Copies, Florence, MA|
|Process / Technique||Photocopy|
|Number of Images||3|
|Structure / Binding||Spiral and pamphlet stitch|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||6 x 9 inches|
|Edition Size||Open Edition|
|Signed & Numbered||Yes|
Vaya Cuba is a chapbook written by the artist's daughter, Lilly Daiber, for an eighth grade assignment. It chronicles her meeting with William Brent in May 2006 at his Havana home. Brent, a Black Panther activist, hijacked a plane to Havana in 1969 to escape prosecution from the United States. In Cuba, he lived as an educator and scholar of Cuban slavery. He died in 2006.
Artist BioRed Trillium Press is the work of Steven Daiber based in Massachusetts. Daiber has worked with books for more than twenty years. He has been to Cuba regularly since 2001 and has facilitated dialogue between Cuban and foreign artists. His books create real, metaphorical objects: palaces of the memory in which each element underscores a meaning. The books he creates in collaboration with Cuban artists tell their stories of the lived reality in Cuba in the 21st century. Daiber’s professional work as an artist originated with training in drawing and painting, with a M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1981 and a B.F.A. from the University of Delaware in 1978.