PABLO DE LA FUENTE (1906-1976) "We have been ripped from our lives by violence, then we have never found peace." Pablo de la Fuente. THE VOICE OF THE FIRST EDITOR IN EXILE The novelist de la Fuente is considered as the first editor of the exile, as in the Chilean Embassy in Madrid where he took refuge at the end of the war, he edited the literary magazine Moon the newspaper El Cometa. The collection of the latter was totally lost, having been burned by the group of editors when it was considered imminent intervention by Franco's police, but they could save the magazine Moon. "An exceptional case is the literary magazine that was published in a single in the Chilean embassy in Madrid," wrote Pablo de la Fuente Manuel Andujar "in 1939-1940, the group of refugees that we were there. Notebooks were weekly essays, reviews of readings, supplement poetry, fiction, etc.., With full-color cover illustration as a Santiago due to Ontanon. Typewritten on foolscap, wide margins, had a beautiful presentation and represented one of the methods to maintain morale in the year and a half that took our confinement at the Embassy. Contributed Antonio Lezama, Antonio Aparicio, and Julio Aurelio Romeo, Jose Campos, Santiago Ontanon and I, who ran it. These unique, luxuriously bound in leather, in three or four volumes, for the attention of who was then Minister of Chile in Spain, Germain Vergara, who made custodian of the magazines, I think they are now deposited in the National Library in Santiago of Chile. .