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This Week Bestsellers Books in Spanish - Amazon

Amazon bookstore. These are the Amazon top ten titles. The most popular products based on sales. Updated hourly.

This Week Bestsellers Books in Spanish - Barnes & Noble

Get to know the best selling books in Spanish through the Barnes & Noble bookstore.

HACU 33rd Annual conference- Championing Hispanic Higher Education. October 5-9/Hilton Chicago

Meeting the challenge of Prosperity and Equality. Workshop Tracks and Student Tracks.

Industry Notes: Liber Honors Mexico’s Juan Villoro; Sisters in Crime Awards Author Jessica Martinez

The Liber 2019 Awards at Feria de Madrid in October will honor Mexico’s Juan Villoro, and the US-based Sisters in Crime names a new Taylor Bland prize winner.

"La Lectora Futura" launches a campaign to promote reading under the name “If you read, say so.”

With the support of the Community, the City Council, and the Guild of Booksellers of Madrid, and with the sponsorship of Cálamo & Cran, The Future Reader (La lectora futura)

The other Generation of ‘27 and the Spanish comedians who stirred up Hollywood

The first biography of Antonio Lara, “Tono”: the least known writer and cartoonist of the group of comedians of ‘27 is published.

The life and works of poet Miguel Hernández, whose legacy belongs to Jaén, make their way to the Philippines.

The exhibition “Miguel Hernández, a plena luz“ (Miguel Hernández, in Broad Daylight) has made its way to the Asian continent, to Manila in the Philippines to be precise,..

Enrique Lafourcade, author of the most-read book in the history of Chilean literature, dies.

The writer of Palomita Blanca (Little White Dove) died today at the age of 91. Chilean writer and journalist Enrique Lafourcade, who released 45 books ...

This Week Literary Reviews by El País - Babelia

This week 'Babelia' reviews books by Claude Louis-Combet, Lawrence Wright, Margaret Atwood, Juan Carlos Chirinos, Vanesa Pérez-Sauquillo, Lina Meruane and Alain Corbin. See the list here.

Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison Dies at 88 ‘Beloved’ novelist was first black woman to receive the Nobel Prize in literature, awarded in 1993

Toni Morrison, a literary lion whose narrative voice soared from deep tenderness to searing power in “Beloved,” “Song of Solomon” and other novels, died Monday night in New York, her publisher Alfred A. Knopf said. She was 88 years old.

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