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"El silencio de la ciudad blanca" by Spanish author Eva García Sáenz de Urturi

To continue celebrating the Spanish language during this Book Month at Dos Mundos, this week we want to highlight a recent book by Spanish author Eva Garcia Saenz de Urturi, “The Silence of the White City.”

HACU Announces Eight Annual Dean's Forum on Hispanic Higher Education

HACU’s Eighth Annual Deans’ Forum to focus on higher education, equity, social mobility outcomes. Deadline to pre-register is Sept. 20 for HACU's Annual Conference and Pre- and Post-conference events.

38 authors, 76 books, and one goal: that the Madrid Book Fair remain at Retiro Park

Under the hashtag #buscaencuentraylee (#seekfindandread), Planeta publishing house gathers a team of writers to promote reading and defend the current location of the event.

Poet Antonio Cabrera dies, quadriplegic after a fall in 2017

Poet Antonio Cabrera has died at the age of 61, two years after having suffered a serious spinal cord injury in an accident, confirmed sources from the publisher Tusquets, which published several of his works.

The Madrid Book Fair closes with record figures

The balance sheet of this edition shows billings of 10 million euros in sales, representing an increase of 14% over last year’s numbers.

Is this the birthplace of written Spanish?

More than 1,000 years ago in Spain’s La Rioja region, monks made notes in the margins of Latin texts. These are believed to be the Spanish language’s first steps onto the page.

Penguin Random House Presents Commemorative Editions

These editions have been prepared by the Royal Spanish Academy (Real Academia Española) and the Association of Academies of the Spanish Language.

ARCE - Revistas Culturales de España. News Bulletin June 18th, 2019

The Spanish Association of Cultural Magazines (ARCE), based in Madrid, is an association of publishers of cultural journals and magazines. It was established in 1983 following the initiative of several publishers of this type of publications.

This Month's Literary Suggestions from the Cervantes Institute in New York

Instituto Cervantes is a not for profit organization created by the Spanish government in 1991. Its mission is to promote the Spanish language and to contribute to the advancement of the cultures of all Spanish speaking countries and communities.

This Week Bestsellers Books in Spanish - Amazon

Amazon bookstore. These are the Amazon top ten titles. The list is updated hourly

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