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AL DÍA News spoke with Dr. Eduardo Cabrera, Chair of the Department of Modern Languages at Millikin University in Illinois and finalist in the Latino Book Awards 2018

Eduardo Cabrera: ‘I have great hope in young Americans’. Unlike the great flow of Latin American immigrants who come to the United States in search of economic opportunities, Eduardo Cabrera moved to this country for love.

Spanish Publishers Anounces the addition of Editorial Almadía to their ever-growing family of publishers

Books by Editorial Almadía will be distributed exclusively by Spanish Publishers and will be available at our warehouse starting September 1st, 2018. Please change the Vendor of Record on File.

Get to know this week's List for the week 24nd ending on June 17th, 2018

NPD BookScan, part of the Nielsen Company (US) LLC, and America Reads Spanish (ARS), present the free weekly list of the Spanish bestseller titles in the US market for week 24 of 2018 (week ending 06/17/2018).

TodoLiteratura interviews Isabel Barceló Chico: "Women play a fundamental role in all cultures and in all periods"

For many years, Isabel Barceló Chico has been committed to dignifying and redeeming the role of women in our world.

Eduardo Mendoza makes a comeback this fall with his novel “El Rey Recibe” [The King Receives]

This book kicks off the trilogy "Las Tres Leyes del Movimiento” [The Three Laws of Movement], in which the writer sets out to explore the main political and cultural events of the 20th century ....

Publishing Indepence is possible in Spain

A decade ago a group of new Spanish publishers decided to join forces to protect their independence creating an alliance called "Contexto".

America Reads Spanish celebrates San Antonio Tricentennial supporting a Children book exhibition

The city of San Antonio, TX, is celebrating its 300th anniversary with the presence of the King and Queen of Spain. As part of the many events celebrating the Spanish roots of the City, America Reads Spanish is supporting a Spanish Children’s Books Exhibition in Pearl (San Antonio).

HACU eNewsletter

HACU National Internship Program interns begin summer session. HACU welcomed summer interns with an orientation on June 1, 2018.

An “easy to read” version of Don Quixote has been published containing only the knight and Sancho Panza’s adventures

This adaptation by Enrique Suárez Figaredo has 88 chapters and 25% less text that Cervantes’ original work.

The role of Spain in the birth of the United States

A short story collection retraces the role that Charles III played in the War of Independence between the thirteen colonies against England.

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