The Spanish poet Martí Soler, founder of the Siglo XXI publishing house, dies in Mexico

Among his works, he highlights the title "Variations of Voice and Body", a book of poetry about everyday life, love and nature

Overview of the culture in Spain in 50 figures

The average expenditure on cultural leisure, the number of libraries per inhabitant or how many concert halls are among the data offered by the Ministry in its 'Yearbook of cultural statistics'

Publishers grow slowly to go fast in the leisure race

The book sector increases its turnover by 2% in 2018 and calls for State pacts to boost reading in the world of movie making and screens.

El País announces the best 50 books of 2018

Critics and writers vote for their favorite titles and choose for Babelia the essential readings of the year.

REFORMA: 3rd Annual Book Buzz: What's New In Spanish Publishing?

Thompson schools' dual immersion brings in teachers from Spain

Toni Theisen, a longtime language teacher who spearheaded the dual language program within the Thompson School District, received a national leadership award.

Jorge Herralde of Spain’s Anagrama on Latin America and Being Adaptable

At the Guadalajara International Book Fair, Anagrama director Jorge Herralde spoke as both a champion of Latin American work and as a survivor in publishing.

Javier Cercas is honored with the new André Malraux Award in France

The writer wins the award, which distinguishes a work for its political commitment, with “El monarca de las sombras” (The Monarch of the Shadows).

Vicenta Márquez de la Plata rescues more than 40 surprising stories of rebellious women from oblivion in her book: “Damas ilustres en la historia de España”

Armed with their pens or brushes, mounted on the rumps of their horses, sailing on magnificent ships, fighting a war, loving, conspiring, reigning or ruling armies, these ladies were ahead of their time.

The RAE (Real Academia Española) reaffirms itself in rejecting inclusive language.

The Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) and the Association of Academies of the Spanish Language (ASALE) presented their first Spanish style manual on Monday.

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