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Jorge Herralde of Spain’s Anagrama on Latin America and Being Adaptable

At the Guadalajara International Book Fair, Anagrama director Jorge Herralde spoke as both a champion of Latin American work and as a survivor in publishing.

Javier Cercas is honored with the new André Malraux Award in France

The writer wins the award, which distinguishes a work for its political commitment, with “El monarca de las sombras” (The Monarch of the Shadows).

Vicenta Márquez de la Plata rescues more than 40 surprising stories of rebellious women from oblivion in her book: “Damas ilustres en la historia de España”

Armed with their pens or brushes, mounted on the rumps of their horses, sailing on magnificent ships, fighting a war, loving, conspiring, reigning or ruling armies, these ladies were ahead of their time.

The RAE (Real Academia Española) reaffirms itself in rejecting inclusive language.

The Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) and the Association of Academies of the Spanish Language (ASALE) presented their first Spanish style manual on Monday.

HACU: 2019 Calendar of Events

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Celebrate Reading in Two Languages: A Bilingual Booklist. Celebremos la Lectura en dos Idiomas.

Books make wonderful memories – especially when you share them with someone you care about! Take a look at the young people in your life, then find a book to share – perhaps as a gift or reading aloud to (or along with) them this season and all year long.

"Lectura fácil" (Easy reading) by Cristina Morales, the latest Herralde de Novela prize winner, is published

"Lectura fácil" is a radical, visceral, combative and feminine portrait of our society. A powerful literary device that takes the novel one step beyond its limits.

Francisco Narla: “The world was already global in the thirteenth century”.

An interview with the author of the novel “Laín. El bastardo” (Laín. The Bastard). Francisco Narla is a writer who is, without a doubt, deeply unique.

"El último romántico" (The Last Romantic), the long-awaited sequel to "Guardianes de la Alhambra" by Carolina Molina arrives

Through the pages of "El último romántico" by Carolina Molina, we will relive transcendental historical events, such as the coronation of José Zorrilla as the National Poet at the Palace of Carlos V,

The RAE (Royal Spanish Academy) presents its 'Style Book', designed for "digital writers"

The pan-Hispanic manual includes recommendations to the media on pronunciation and tips for communication in social networks.

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