Full report on the Evolution of Distribution and Printing on Demand

The most comprehensive and up-to-date report in Spanish on the print-on-demand industry. The most comprehensive and up-to-date report in Spanish on the print-on-demand industry. During the celebration of this past LIBER 2017, Podiprint presented the long-awaited report – elaborated by Dosdoce – on the 'Evolution and Distribution of Printing On Demand'

The Day of Women Writers: Ten Essential Women

We recently celebrated the Day of Women Writers through activities done all around the country. October 16th was the Day of Women Writers, which is celebrated on the first Monday after the feast of St. Teresa of Ávila, who is commemorated every 15 of October.

Arzalia Ediciones is born. A new publishing seal specializing in History

The birth of a publishing house is always good news for the world of books and literature. Now this world is welcoming Arzalia, a new publishing seal specializing in history and in the variety of forms available in the genres of the novel and the essay.

Instituto Cervantes Seminar. Mexican Writer Mónica Lavín on Vargas LLosa and "La Lección de Flaubert"

Mónica Lavín is a writer and journalist. Some of her well-known novels are Ruby Tuesday no ha muerto or La Corredora de de Cuemanco among many others. She has received lot of prizes over the course of her decades-long career, like the Elena Poniatowska Ibero-american Novel Prize for her work Yo, la peor in 2010.

Soledad Fox, Round Trip: The Life of Jorge Semprún

New York. Soledad Fox presents her new biography of Jorge Semprún, in conversation with Juan José Herrera de la Muela, Consul of Spain for Cultural Affairs. She is a professor of Spanish and comparative literature at Williams College, recently published a biography of writer, politician and Buchenwald survivor Jorge Semprún (1923 01502011), entitled Round Trip: The Life of Jorge Semprún

Get to know this week's List for the week 40 ending on October 8th., 2017

Nielsen BookScan, part of the Nielsen Company (US) LLC, and America Reads Spanish (ARS), present the free weekly list of the Spanish bestseller titles in the US market for week 40 of 2017 (week ending 10/08/2017)

Fernando Aramburu wins the National Prize of Fiction with Patria

Fernando Aramburu has won the National Prize of Fiction 2017—sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports and endowed with 20,000 euros – with Patria (Fatherland), a "global novel" about "a time of strife in the Basque Country."

Spain Donates Important Historic Materials to Cuba

Havana, October 18 (RHC)– A collection of 204 books related to Spain’s military and generals was donated to the Cuban History Institute (IHC) October 17, during a ceremony at the organization’s headquarters in Old Havana's Palacio de Aldama.

D.C. bookshop launches 'bookstore diplomacy' with Mexico City sister store

As President Trump fuels tension with Mexico with his plan to construct a wall across the shared border, a cluttered used bookstore on Capitol Hill has taken diplomacy into its own hands.

Capitol Hill Library opens whole world to community

Carlos Garcia was in search of a GED study book, but he needed one in Spanish. "Oh, this is English," said Garcia, before walking two aisles over to find the Spanish-language section at the new Capitol Hill Library.

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