Ernesto Bazan joins us for an online talk about his fourth book about Cuba, 25 de Noviembre, which he never expected to publish because until five years ago, he never thought he would return to the island. While many photographers have documented Cuban life, few have captured its essence quite like Italian-born photojournalist Bazan, who lived on the island for 14 years before leaving with his family in 2006. Bazan, who had been teaching photography workshops that the Cuban government considered "journalism" had worn out his welcome; Cuban authorities made it known that he wasn't welcome back. The 14 years he spent on the island are beautifully enshrined in his famous self-published trilogy -- Bazan Cuba, Al Campo, and Isla. The books helped shape the way the world sees Cuba and have influenced scores of photographers who have flocked to the island in recent years.