—01. Issue 2.
Published twice a year, by quite possibly my favourite person that I've never actually met, Correspondenica is the hard work and extraordinary vision of Juan Ignacio Moralejo. A freelance writer and journalist living in Buenos Aires, Juan was behind the much loved Sede magazine, which, through various twists and web-based turns, eventually spawned Correspondenica: a bi-annual literary and arts magazine. Texts, both original and rediscovered, are bookended each issue by two visual dossiers; and the newly released second issue opens with the architectural studies of Takashi Homma, and closes with the warm washed out work of Henry Roy. Printed in a mix of both Spanish and English there's plenty to see, and read, regardless of your native tongue, or literary preferences.