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"Los Cerros de Úbeda"' Historical Novel Contest is in the process of accepting entries.

After the successful response to the "Los Cerros de Úbeda"' Historical Novel Contest, in which 68 unpublished novels participated, the organization will hold their second annual contest. They will award the best historical novel published in the year 2019.

Coronavirus Response: Spain’s Publishing Industry Mobilizes Bookstore Support

Coronavirus Response: Spain’s Publishing Industry Mobilizes Bookstore Support

America Reads Spanish newsletter is available online!

May's issue 2020, is now available with exciting news about America Reads Spanish!

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Find out about Spanish-language e-books and cultural magazines latest releases.

El Pais-Babelia Analizes 9 Books this Week

In this issue Babelia analyzes works by Javier Argüello, Thomas Wolfe, Alan Moore, Dimma Wannous, Chloe Hooper, Lin Bai, Olga Merino, Felipe Benítez Reyes and Emilio Sánchez Mediavilla

Programming Opens Today from Madrid’s Readmagine and Paris’ EDRLab

Coronavirus Impact: The development of digital programming in the pandemic goes on, with the June 1 to 12 ‘Digital Publishing Summit,’ a co-production from Spain and France.

New York : “Hello, friends!”: A new online course for children because Spanish is spoken in the US

New Internet Course for US Children Studying Spanish to Begin Thursday. MADRID – “Hola, amigos” is the online Spanish course designed for children and adolescents from the United States who present tomorrow, Thursday, ....

Instituto Cervantes at Harvard: The Translation and Interpreting Industry in the United States

This report provides a general overview of the Translation and Interpreting industry in the United States, with an emphasis on the Spanish-English language combination.

TodoLiteratura (Briseida Cidoncha) interviewing Anna Garcia: “I like to think that my books makes us dream.”

Publishing houses have been trying to find new talent among self-published writers; authors who launched their books with only ambition and will power.

In memory of Concha Espina, the writer who came close to the Nobel Prize.

Concha Espina (Santander, 1869-1955 Madrid), published her first novel, La Nina de Luzmela (The Girl from Luzmela0 in 1909. The novel was welcomed by critics and readers alike.

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