Books awarded at the Cuatrogatos Foundation Prize 2019

The Cuatrogatos Foundation, a non-profit organization created in Miami by writers Sergio Andricaín and Antonio Orlando Rodríguez to support culture and education, selects the 20 best titles published each year...

Caramba!!. Wow, how many million speakers and words

“Caramba, caramba”, José María Merino repeats at the other end of the phone line, as if those syllables called to the timbre of his voice every few seconds.

Jorge Fernández Díaz publishes ‘Mamá’, the story that his Spanish immigrant mother told him

The Argentinian writer rediscovers his family roots in the new edition of his best book. The story of ‘Mamá’ (Alfaguara) begins twenty years ago

David Acebes from TodoLiteratura interviews author J.D. Alonso Curiel (Valladolid, 1975)

He is the author of the poetry books ‘Es mejor el sueño’ (2007) and ‘Reflejos en el cristal cotidiano’ (2016), story books ‘Tu mejor pecado’ (2012), ...

Growth of Hispanic-Serving School Districts in U.S. show the future of HSIs

The latest data from the 2015-16 school year compiled by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities show increasing Hispanic student enrollment in school districts nationwide, ..

Spain’s Publishers Cite Rising Readership, Digital Reading ‘More Intensive’

Trends in library usage. From Spain’s ‘Barometer of Reading Habits,’ 2018, Federation of Spanish Publishers’ Guilds. Women Lead Men in Reading Books.

Writer Elvira Navarro chats with ABC about her new book of short stories.

In it, she returns to the outskirts to illuminate the dark places that exist in all our lives. The talent of a writer can be measured by the number of pages it takes to hook the reader. And if we go by that metric, Elvira Navarro (Huelva, 1978) is a virtuoso.

Javier Padilla, winner of the 2019 Comillas Prize with a work about the anti-Franco student movement.

Javier Padilla Moreno-Torres (Málaga, 1992) was awarded the Comillas Prize for History, Biography, and Memoirs, for his work, A finales de enero [At the End of January]

Patricio Pron, Alfaguara Prize 2019

The Argentinean author has received an award for his novel, Tomorrow We Will Have Other Names. In the ‘80s, Raymond Carver had already made clear in his work, What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, ....

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