Renegade is a new, alternative travel magazine. It celebrates the best travel writing and is not designed to sell destinations, but to show the world as it is, the light and the dark together.
GBP 3.00 — Released 1 January 2014
For this issue, Barnaby Rogerson of Eland Books has written a superb essay on travel writing. Horatio Clare has written a ghostly narrative from the bridge of a cargo ship, and Jacques Testard, editor of The White Review, joins the queue at the western temple in Khajuraho, India.
In Buenos Aires we tap tango toes to the wonderful words of Kapka Kassabova, and we follow LA-based translator, poet and filmmaker David Shook to Equatorial Guinea to find Marcelo Ensema Nsang, whose poem Kilometre 0, is published for the first time.
Splashes of colour are provided by Jacob Balzani Lööv, who shows us another side of the Maldives, award-winning graphic novelist Isabel Greenberg with a bespoke short story, The Explorers, and Dan Williams, who has painted three wonderful watercolours to accompany stories on Vietnam, India and Buenos Aires. Finally, we’ve redefined the centrefold, with the help of photographer Stuart Freedman.