El Andar explores and challenges
--in English and Spanish.
Grace and drama in the life of skater Rudy Galindo.
Performista Guillermo Gomez-Peña writes from the New
World Border. Photo by Eugenio Castro.
El Andar began as a regional publication in 1989. For seven years,
it brought northern California readers interviews, poetry, photography
and journalism about the people and issues in the Latino community today.
In January 1997, El Andar stopped printing as a regional
monthly in order to prepare for relaunch as a new, national magazine.
The new El Andar launched
in fall 1998.
Except for a few reserved copies, the premiere issue has sold out. The
Spring issue is now available and is distributed nationally by IPD, Inc.
El Andar is high on content, with very little advertising. We count on
subscriptions and newsstand sales for financial support.
In many parts of the US, Latinos are
becoming the new majority.
Every day, Latinos are observing and shaping contemporary culture. El
Andar fills a void that no other national publication has tackled. It
brings you the leading artists, thinkers and social critics of the Americas,
in this century and into the next. It explores, probes, challenges and
celebrates. El Andar sets the table for an exciting nationwide
Be part of the
with the new, national El Andar.
Please contact us:
PO Box 7745
Santa Cruz, CA 95060