A new issue of Asociación de Revistas Culturales de España is here featuring the latest cultural magazines and latest news on the industry.
The Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México has rescued from oblivion works from female Iberoamerican writers who were well-known in their time.
Efímera is a pop-up bookstore of independent and emerging publishers that will open in Madrid on December 14th.
This year, for the first time at the eleventh edition, there will be a guest country: Mexico.
That is what she plays in her new movie Late Night, written by Mindy Kaling and directed by Nisha Ganatra. In the story, Emma Thompson plays a veteran late-night talk-show host that hasn’t kept up with the changing television landscape.
however we are facing one of the best interpretations of Crowe in years. This actor, with an Oscar for the movie Gladiator, gets into the shoes of the CEO of Fox, the right hand of the tycoon Rupert Murdoch.
Long before he ascended to the top of his profession, Cranston faced no shortage of personal and professional challenges until the success of Breaking Bad, the show that changed his life.
With more than a dozen movies coming out, Wilson, who was a sensation with the trilogy Pitch Perfect, confesses her passion for the Spanish culture and her wonderful experience shooting The Hustle in Majorca where she was lucky to meet the Spanish tennis icon Rafael Nadal.
Always traveling, building motorcycles or exploring for the last private tasting, this actor is a star that very soon will premiere the movie John Wick 3. During the promotion of the film, we had time to talk to him about his passion for reading and of course if he would speak some Spanish with us.
Martin, rampaging on the television dripping blood. Giving life to the hard and skilled Tyrion Lannister the actor Peter Dinklage has become the celebrity of the moment on the small screen.
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This book offers a compilation of literary and reference texts destined for Spanish readers of various ages, ranging from those who are being introduced to books and the language, but still haven’t learned to read autonomously and individually, to those who are already proficient in Spanish and are about to commence their university studies.
In Fall 2006, America Reads Spanish launched an on-line survey addressed to librarians in charge of Latin American collections in public, academic and research libraries in the United States of America, so that, in their capacity as experts, they would suggest works germane to the creation of a bibliographic Hispanic database which was initially thought would comprise 500 titles. The works would refer to Spanish letters, language and literatures: fiction, poetry, theater, essays, reference works and children’s literature.
In response to your demand, once again the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX) and the Spanish Association of Publishers Guilds (FGEE), sponsors of the promotional campaign America Reads Spanish, have published this core collection of more than 600 titles of books in Spanish, which is aimed to increase the use and reading of our beautiful language in the thousands of libraries, schools and book stores in the United States of America.