Between Madrid and London, La Errante is a collaborative project by a group of writers, editors and artists writing poetry
La Errante is a collaborative project by a group of writers, editors, artists and booksellers who met in Madrid in 2016, having worked across Europe and America in their respective fields. They currently work between Madrid and London.
Beautifully designed, the magazine is A6 size when closed, and when opened a A2 size ( 42 cm x 59.4 cm) double printed in uncoated paper.
Contents: English / Spanish / Some contents are bilingual
The ideal reading for poetry lovers.
La Errante began when their shared passion for literature and the visual arts led to a series of events at the Desperate Literature bookshop, Madrid, and quickly developed into the desire to produce a magazine that furthered these interests, all the while drawing on the range of writers and artists met en route.
In the tradition of Surrealist and Situationist magazines as well as contemporary zine culture, La Errante aims to present words and images on an equal footing, just as we aim to present writing and art from different languages and cultures alongside our native tongues without bias or borders.
La Errante Issue 1: Featuring writers and artists from Spain, England, Italy, Germany, El País Vasco, Singapore, and Chile–Portugal. Contributors included Toby Martinez de las Rivas, Fiona Sampson, Jose Ja Ja Ja, Michael Hofmann, Andrés Tena, Layla Benitez-James, Amanda Baeza, Rikardo Arregi, Livia Franchini and more.
La Errante Issue 2: Featuring a new short story by Joanna Walsh, artwork by Óscar Raña and others, and poetry by Ben Aleshire, Scherezade Siobhan, Manuel Vilas, and the celebrated Bulgarian poet Ani Ilkov, amongst others. In all, this issue features work from England, Spain, the United States, Galicia, Catalunya, the Netherlands, Greece, India–Rroma, and Bulgaria.