The writer and journalist Raquel de la Morena wins the Fifth Titania Romantic Novel Award with "¿Quién diablos eres?" ("Who the hell are you?)

On November 21, the author of the play "¿Quién diablos eres?" (provisional title) was announced the winner of the Fifth Titania Award.

TodoLiteratura interviews Fernando Martínez Laínez: "History is made by men and their leaders"

“LA BATALLA” (The Battle). Thus, with capital letters, Fernando Martínez Laínez entitled the second installment of the trilogy "La senda de los tercios."

Storytel in Spain

Creating original serialized content—like Amazon Prime and Netflix have done in video—is one key to success for audiobook subscription services, says Storytel España’s report.

Isabel Allende, first female writer in Spanish to receive the National Book Award.

"She is the first Spanish author to receive this award and the second one not born in the US," said Mexican writer Luis Alberto Urrea.

Publisher El Adelanto: The unpublished memoirs of Ida Vitale in Mexico

Shakespeare Palace. Memorias de mi vida en México (Shakespeare Palace: Memories of My Life in Mexico) (Lumen) will be published on November 23rd in Mexico and will arrive in Spain in January 2019.

Interview with Vicente Barberá, great lover of life and poetry. Isabel Alamar, November 16, 2018.

His last two poetry collections, Flor en el agua (Flower in the Water) and Después del amor (After Love), published this very year in 2018, ......

Industry Notes: IPG Adds Spanish Publishers; BookCon Tickets on Sale

As the Independent Publishers Group announces three new Spanish-language contracts, New York City’s BookCon opens ticket sales—for June 1 and 2.

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities has announced the Call for Presentations for its 33rd Annual Conference, October 2019

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities premier conference on Hispanic higher education is seeking workshop proposals that address the theme, “Championing Hispanic Higher Education Success: Meeting the Challenge of Prosperity and Equality

Mexican writer Fernando del Paso dies

The author of 'Noticias del Imperio’ (News from the Empire) was awarded the Cervantes Prize in 2015

Ida Vitale, 2018 Cervantes Prize. The 95-year-old Uruguayan writer is representative of essentialist poetry

The Uruguayan poet Ida Vitale (Montevideo, 1923) has been awarded with the 2018 Cervantes Award.

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