Historical Novels. Authors Emilio Lara and Julio Alejandre will appear in the Eight Annual Historical Novel Contest of Úbeda

The International Historical Novel Contest of Úbeda will make public the first two national authors who will participate in the eighth edition of the event. Julio Alejandre and Emilio Lara are two among many authors who will be announced during the next few weeks.

Literary works that have left a mark on generations

The literary world is full of complex and interesting stories, some with messages that allude to reality and can place the reader in a context that allows them to be critical of their environment,

Publicist, Vintage Español

Penguin Random House has a wonderful opportunity for a Publicist to join the Vintage Español imprint of Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. Vintage Español was founded in 1994 to publish selected works of fiction and nonfiction in Spanish.

Charting the Changes in Spanish Audiobooks

Two new surveys show how the Spanish-language audiobook market is maturing

Inside Santa Cruz’s First Spanish Bookstore

Pablo Helguera only thought his art project would run for a few months. But six years later, he’s still collecting books and getting invitations to set up shop in cities across the U.S.

15 Books By Women That Were Originally Published In Spanish

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: There aren't enough people reading books in translation. If you'd like to diversify your TBR, you're in luck, because I've picked out 15 books by women that were originally published in Spanish. Whether you've never read a book in translation, or you're a huge fan of literature written in languages other than English, the 15 titles on this list are sure to delight you.

What is Sacramento reading? Here are the books we love at libraries across the region

On a recent Wednesday at the South Natomas library branch, bilingual youth services librarian Addie Rogers led a group of more than a dozen toddlers and pre-schoolers through a bilingual story time reading of “Loteria.”

The Washington Post introduces a new Spanish opinions section

Today marks the beginning of an exciting new venture. We’re launching Post Opinión, The Washington Post’s new Spanish-language opinions section.

Seville’s Archivo de Indias (Archive of the Indies) is one of the 23 world's most enchanting libraries according to National Geographic

From monasteries to royal reading rooms, get lost within these majestic libraries

Tri-Cities school district is giving kindergartners an early start on a second language

Washington Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal talks about his plans to make dual language education a priority for the state. He said Pasco is a model other districts look to.

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