Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos is a Spanish monthly journal which began to be published in February 1948. Nowadays its publication depends on the Agencia de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo [Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development]. Its thematic issues aim at cultural manifestations written in Spanish language with special interest in Hispano American questions within a global, international context.
Its first director was the well known humanist Pedro Laín Entralgo, who early in time was followed by the poet Luis Rosales. It was Luis Rosales who inspired the profile of the journal. Later directors were the historian José Antonio Maravall, the poet Félix Grande, the essayist Blas Matamoro, the novelist Benjamín Prado and, actually, the poet and critic Juan Malpartida.
Among its collaborators the reader will find prestigious authors such as Ramón Menéndez Pidal, Martin Heidegger, Octavio Paz, Julio Cortázar, Ives Bonnefoy, Charles Tomlinson, George Steiner, Roberto Juarroz, Enrique Molina, Alejandro Rossi, Fernando Savater, José Ángel Valente, Pere Gimferrer, etc.