Ensayo

Brian Turner: a portrait

By Jillian Sullivan Our collaborator paints an intimate and revealing portrait of her partner Brian Turner. A former New Zealand's Laureate Poet, fierce ecologist and civic activist who is now living with Alzheimer in Oturehua Days of sun forecast ... Leer más...

A different kind of pacifism

By Estanislao Zuleta He is a distinguished but virtually unknown thinker of the Spanish-speaking world. An autodidact, philosopher, literary critic and strong advocate of Human Rights in his native Colombia. This short essay, published during the Falklands... Leer más...

Vision of Anáhuac

Por Alfonso Reyes He is one of the most revered essay writers and thinkers of Latin America. According to Borges, he was “the best writer of prose in Spanish of all time.” This is an extract of maybe his most celebrated essay, published in 1917, which off... Leer más...

Creyentes, ateístas y mamertos

He aquí una breve nota sobre la historia de la religión en donde se expresa un sentimiento de comprensión y entendimiento a ambos lados de esas líneas divisorias y fundamentalistas que separan a creyentes de ateos, y a conciliadores de fanáticos. Quizá ya sea... Leer más...

How to save a river

By Jillian Sullivan Ecological activism in a country like New Zealand, or Aotearoa if you prefer the Māori word, is also a form of environmental revisionism since it forces us to confront who the real owners of the land are and the use we should give to it... Leer más...