Centre for the Study of Hispanic Exile

España Peregrina

Feb–Dec 1940


First journal of Spanish exiles in America. Itwas founded in Paris in March 1939 under the ownership of the Junta de Cultura Española. It was directed by José Bergamín, who was assisted by Eugenio Ímaz, Josep Carner and Juan Larrea. Among the writers who wrote for the journal are the Spanish-American Pablo Neruda, Horacio Quiroga, Alfonso Reyes, César Vallejo, Octavio Paz, Leopoldo Lugones, Gabriela Mistral and the exiles Agustín Millares, Paulino Masip, Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez... España Peregrina also gave light to unpublished poems of Antonio Machado and Federico García Lorca.


  • José Bergamín
  • Josep Carner
  • Juan Larrea