Guernica January 25, 2009Posted by hyperboreapoetry in Revistas Digitales.
Tags: Arte, Contemporanea, Cultura, Ensayo, Entrevistas, Estados Unidos, Poesía, Política, Reseñas
Editor: Michael Archer & Joel Whitney
Info: Guernica is a magazine of art and ideas that author and historian Howard Zinn called “an extraordinary bouquet of stories, poems, social commentary, and art.”
In its short time online, it has grown from one of the web’s best-kept secrets to one of its most acclaimed new magazines. Read in over 100 countries, Guernica publishes great art, literature, and world-class journalism—including a blog that daily brings together award winning writers, cultural critics and political pundits.
What makes Guernica unique is how its cross-section of art and social commentary spurs conversation between communities often isolated from one another. Imagine a space where creative innovators (poets, painters, novelists) are given equal billing with historians, presidents, social critics, human rights experts and think tank scholars.
País: Estados Unidos