Literary Awards in Spain and Latin America in 2020 has published a list of scheduled novel awards in 2020. View here all the calls for literary works.

Digitalia Hispánica Welcomes Marcial Pons Ediciones de Historia.

Marcial Pons Ediciones de Historia was created in 2000. The publisher has been exclusively designed for the edition and promotion of works of history. The project has the participation of prestigious historians in the development of the project .....

El Confidencial Recommends These Top 30 New Releases

The newspaper has compiled a list of 30 titles that are now available in the bookstores. These are books that were kept in warehouses in March at the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic.

TodoLiteratura Interviews Elba Pedrosa: “Literature is a never ending source of learning, also a healing bubble to escape the world.”

Elba Pedrosa is a writer from the Canary Islands who lives in misty Galicia, a total opposite from her homeland, and after having studied in Madrid.

A New Model for the Book Industry: less novelties, better selections.

The editorial world has reduced their customary downpour of new releases. Are we facing a new turn in the industry?

Eduardo Mendoza, winner of the Premio Internacional Histórica Barcino. The jury exults Mendoza for his ability to dissect the greatness and the miseries of the city.

Eduardo Mendoza has been awarded with the Premio Internacional de Novela Histórica Barcino (Barcino International Historical Novel Award) given by the City of Barcelona.

72% of Books Published in Spain During 2019 Were Printed on Paper

The autonomous communities of Madrid, Catalonia and Andalusia make up 75.6% of books registered. According to data from Estadística de la Edición Española de Libros con ISBN del Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte ..

Hay Festival and Guadalajara Book Fair Named Princess Asturias 2020 Laureates

Operating outside its usual regal setting in Oviedo, Spain’s Princess of Asturias Award honors the Guadalajara International Book Fair and Hay Festival in digital messaging this year.

Manuel Quiroga dies at the age of 75

The author of ‘Fuimos pájaros rotos,’ (Ambito Literario 1980) (We Were Broken Birds) and ‘Las batallas de octubre’ (Plaza & Janes, 2002) (The October Battles) has passed.

El Cultural interviews Elvira Lindo

Elvira Lindo: “Literature can not be confronted with fear.” Literary memory, intimate and sentimental from her parents, “A corazón abierto” (With An Open Heart) from Seix Barral Publishers, ...

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