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Servando Rocha

Writer and editor

Servando Rocha (Santa Cruz de La Palma, 1974), a writer and editor at the publishing house La Felguera Editores and its magazine Agente Provocador, is also a cultural activist. His research is a kind of journey through an often almost secret story of a subculture and violence in the dominant culture. A specialist in vanguard and counterculture movements, he is fascinated by the hidden history of our times and the implications of territory, psychogeography, and memory of the present.

He has published several works in the last decade, notable among them being La Facción Caníbal. Historia del Vandalismo Ilustrado (The Cannibal Faction: A History of Enlightened Vandalism); Nada es verdad, todo está permitido. El día que Kurt Cobain conoció a William Burroughs (Nothing is True, Everything Permitted: The Day Kurt Cobain Met William Burroughs); El Ejército Negro. Un bestiario oculto de América (The Black Army: A Hidden Bestiary of America), and La Horda. Una revolución mágica (The Horde: A Magic Revolution) and Algunas cosas oscuras y peligrosas. El libro de la máscara y los enmascarados (Some Dark and Dangerous Things: The Book of the Mask and the Masked, La Felguera, 2019). His most recent work is Todo el odio que tenía dentro (2021)

www.servandorocha.com

Update: 18 November 2021