Cristian Aliaga (b. 1962, Tres Cuervos, Province of Buenos Aires) is a writer, journalist, publisher, and lecturer. Unlike most important contemporary Argentine writers, Aliaga is based not in Buenos Aires, but in Chubut Province, in the far south. As well as a highly respected poet, Aliaga is also a master of a genre that we might call the travel prose-poem. Linked to the traditions of travel writing, politically-committed poetry, and the sociological essay – all with deep roots in Argentina – Aliaga’s mini-chronicles, difficult fully to classify, give an intensely emotional, yet precise vision of specific sites in Argentina, the Americas, North Africa and Europe....
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