Spanish-language publishers could grow their global audience through translations into English

Publishing Perspectives' guest contributor Andrés Delgado Darnald writes about how books in Spanish are becoming global, thanks to their translation to English, the international language of commerce and literature.

Libraries adjust to new technologies while offering their traditional resources

PewInternet publishes a complete study on how libraries and patrons are embracing and using new technologies, and how while the libraries’ digital services are expanding, still print books remain relevant.

'Viviendo / Living' by Adamari López and published by Celebra Trade is #1 best selling title in Spanish in the US for week 3

Nielsen 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 3 of 2013 (week ending 1/20/2013).

Tintafresca features the charm of Javier María in five books

This month's newsletter also includes an interview with David Unger, and book reviews like Silvia Longmire's “El Cartel”. In the news section read about Dan Brown's new novel available in Spanish, a California bookstore forced to close, and find out what literary awards are authors Junot Díaz and Reyna Grande nominated to.

Fundación GSR January newsletter is now available

The latest issue's main feature is business opportunities on the library market. It also has an interview with Rosa Montero about Casa del Lector, José Antonio Cordón with the opinion piece of the month, and other industry news.

Would you dare to live in a haunted house?

That's not only the question Cuento de Luz is posing to the readers of its January newsletter, but it is also the theme of its latest release: “Haunted house handbook” by Mónica Carretero.

Días de Cine is featuring 'El caballero Don Quijote' until February 3rd

The movie, based on Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra's "El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha" (second part of "Don Quijote de la Mancha"), will be available at Días de Cine Reading Club until February 3rd, 2013. This initiative is sponsored by the America Reads Spanish program and the American Library Association to promote literature and the Spanish language in American libraries and universities.

Humanities and social science books are the focus of Ediciones Morata

Paulo Cosin Fernandez of Ediciones Morata talks to ARS about their latest releases and his recommendations for public and educational libraries.

Exposing children to books in Spanish improve literacy skills in both their native language and English

In an article, reporting how the Kyle Public Library in Texas has added a large selection of Spanish and bilingual (Spanish-English) books, Anita Méndez Pérez cites reports on the benefits of reading in their native language for young children and the impact on their second language.

The latest edition of newsletter is now available

This issue has features on social media, startups, prices on the digital age and cultural and creative industries.

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