Mada Carreno Newspaper

It begins to be sung in front, profile, on all four sides. As befits the city of the democratic world, fled suddenly with the most erect flags of heroism that has taken Europe. Eduardo Ontanon. Spain time (October, 1938).

THE voice of the inspired poet BURGALeS has the journalist, Narrator, essayist and art critic Mada Carreno that, when he began working on the drafting of working class world met her future husband Eduardo de Ontanon, burgales journalist, that soon it would be destined to Valencia to lead the newspaper truth, which she was reporter. In 1938 they married, in the autumn of that year he collaborates in Spain time. From Valencia they moved by sea to Barcelona. In the first months of 1939 embarked on the path of exile, first in France, then in England and later in Mexico. A labour lord had received on his farm in Eaton Hasting, a group of Spaniards, among them Eduardo Ontanon, Pedro Garfias. Claimed by her husband he went to England, where returned both back to the South of France, for the trip to Mexico in the mythical Sinaia French ship that sailed from Sete on May 25, 1939 and he arrived in Veracruz on June 13, transporting more than 1,600 Republican Spaniards. On that journey was published the first newspaper in exile: Sinaia, which was distributed free of charge in the expedition. The inspired poet, novelist, essayist, journalist, editor and bookseller Eduardo Ontanon Lebantini was born in Burgos on February 13, 1904 and died in Madrid on September 20, 1949.

The son of a journalist, at age thirteen, already published poems in the newspaper that his father directed. In 1920 it starts his collaborations in the Spanish journal of Havana.