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More US schools teach in English and Spanish

But not enough to help Latino kids Classes taught in both languages help students from various backgrounds, but many districts have fought to keep Spanish out of schools.

“Delibes”, an exhibition honoring the Spanish writer one hundred years after his birth.

To celebrate the centennial of Miguel Delibes’ birth in 2020, the National Library of Spain, the Miguel Delibes Foundation, Acción Cultural Española (AC/E),..

Juan Madrid: “Noir are the novels of our time, the novels of anguish and insecurity.”

The writer, one of the fathers of Spanish crime fiction, wins the Carvalho Award in Barcelona.

Writer Carlos Rojas dies at 91

Rojas, author of more than 20 novels, won important awards such as the National Literature Prize (1968), the Planeta Award (1973), and the Nadal Award (1979).

Raquel Taranilla wins the Biblioteca Breve award with a novel mocking the excess of information

According to the judges, ‘Noche y océano’ (Night and Ocean), the first novel by the winner, is “packed with a smart sense of humor”.

Penguin Random House Pulls Titles From Unlimited-Reading Subscription Services

Penguin Random House, publisher of thousands of new books each year, has recently decided to stop making e-book and audio versions of its titles available on unlimited-reading subscription services.

Bilingual Poetry Readings at Tompkins Square Library

ELÆ [Lynne DeSilva-Johnson] is a multimodal creator and scholar, addressing intersections between bodies, language, technology, and system change.

David Nel·Lo and Luis Leante, the winners of the XXVIII edition of the Edebe Award for children and young adult literature.

The exodus of an extensive family of cockroaches, told by one of the youngest members of the family is "The story of Ivo Cukar."

TodoLiteratura interviews the Argentinean writer Maximiliano J. Benítez

Maximiliano J. Benítez was born in Buenos Aires in 1976 and has resided in Madrid since the mid nineties. He carried out diverse studies in the field of literature (Centro Cultural Rojas. Buenos Aires), ..

The philologist and specialist in the Golden Century of Spain, Alberto Blecua, dies at the age of 79.

He was the son of José Manuel Blecua Teijeiro, a philologist, linguist and chemist, and the brother of José Manuel Blecua Perdices, also a philologist and former director of the RAE.

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