ristian Aliaga, poet, writer and journalist (Tres Cuervos, 1962). Patagonia has been a center scenario for his work and his actions as a cultural activist, and he considers himself an “experimental” traveler. He is currently Leverhulme Visiting Professor at Leeds University (United Kingdom).
In Argentina leads the editorial space Ediciones Espacio Hudson (www.espaciohudson.com) and the newspaper El Extremo Sur (www.elextremosur.com). His recent books are "La sombra de todo" (Buenos Aires, 2007, first prize at the National Endowment for the Arts), "El espíritu de los peones" (Anthology, 2010), "La causa clínica/ The Clinic Cause" (Manchester, 2011, translation by Ben Bollig) and "El rincón de pedir" (Malaga, 2011).
He recorded his “Un ring para dios” on cd (Leeds, 2009) with musician Avelino Naves, Andrés Cursaro, Osvaldo Bayer, Arturo Carrera, Palo Pandolfo and Ingrid Pelicori. His works were reprinted in recent years: "Lejía" and "No es el aura de Kant" (2009), and "Música desconocida para viajes" (expanded edition, 2009). His most recent works as a critic and anthologist are "Herejía bermeja. Obra poética de Juan Carlos Bustriazo Ortiz"(2008)", “Desorbitados. Poetas novísimos del Sur de la Argentina "(FNA, 2009), "Mamihlapinatai. Poesía de mujeres, mapuche, selknam y yamana"(IMFC-CCC, 2010) and "Escribir en la muralla. Poesía política mapuche" (IMFC-CCC, 2010).