ALSC blog features publisher Cuento de Luz

In its official blog, the Association for Library Service to Children, highlights the Madrid-based publisher.

Mexican author Jorge Volpi wins V Premio Iberoamericano Planeta-Casa de América de Narrativa

“La Tejedora de sombras” (The Shadow Weaver) is the 2012 winner of the prestigious award.

Germán Sánchez Ruiperez, founder of the Anaya publishing house, dies

Spanish publisher Germán Sánchez Ruiperez, the founder of Grupo Anaya, died early Sunday in the Dominican Republic. He was 85.

"El Salto" (The Leap) by Ariel Coro instructs hispanics on the use of the latest technologies

Random House Vintage Español publishes the first motivational book on technology written especially for hispanics.

Spanish author Ana Vidal to teach at Miami Dade College

Miami Dade College offers an eight-week autobiographical writing course in Spanish, taught by Spanish writer Ana Vidal. Registration is open, classes start February 14th.

Spotlight on Instituto Cervantes

Instituto Cervantes is present on five continents with more than 50 centers spread out across many different countries.

Mario Vargas Llosa offered to head Instituto Cervantes

The Spanish government asked Peruvian Nobel Prized winner Mario Vargas Llosa to head Instituto Cervantes. The proposal has been backed by that country's Foreign Affairs and Culture departments.

America Reads Spanish and the American Library Association Join Forces to Launch the Días de Cine Reading Club at American Libraries

The original and entertaining format involves free viewing via the Internet of cinematic adaptations of literary works included in the program’s collection of titles.

OverDrive adds tens of thousands of non-English eBooks to library catalog

Popular Russian, Swedish, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Turkish titles enhance catalog of 700,000

Escuela de Cuentacuentos is born in Madrid

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