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Spain’s Dolores Redondo Goes to New Orleans for ‘North Face of the Heart’

Redondo’s new book, a prequel to the Baztán Trilogy, sends the main character to New Orleans. Pontas Agency has already sold rights into 12 territories.

The José Lázaro Galdiano 2019 Award for editorial quality was presented yesterday

The José Lázaro Galdiano Award is one of the few awards existing in Spain that are dedicated to assessing the quality of publishing work, and the only one that comes with a cash endowment.

The Congress of Electronic Books has held a debate full of ups and downs regarding the real possibilities for the Spanish market in the United States.

In 2019, Spanish is the mother tongue of nearly 483 million people. At the same time, the group of potential Spanish users around the world, ....

El Cultural Magazine presents a list of Fiction Bestsellers

El Cultural is a Spanish weekly publication specialized in cultural news, lyrics, arts, cinema and science. It's distributed every Friday along with El Mundo newspaper.

Goodreads Presents a List of Popular Spanish Books

Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations. Our mission is to help people find and share books they love. Goodreads launched in January 2007.

Arce, Boletín de Revistas Culturales latest edition is now available

A new issue of Asociación de Revistas Culturales de España is here featuring the latest cultural magazines and latest news on the industry.

A stack of hidden books at the bottom of the library

The Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México has rescued from oblivion works from female Iberoamerican writers who were well-known in their time.

Efímera, or how to bring independent publishing to readers

Efímera is a pop-up bookstore of independent and emerging publishers that will open in Madrid on December 14th.

The Eñe Festival begins in Madrid

This year, for the first time at the eleventh edition, there will be a guest country: Mexico.

TodoLiteratura interviews David Botello: “Un pueblo que no conoce su historia es un pueblo sin identidad,”

(A nation who knows not its history has no identity), says the author of “Follones” (Disray). David Botello is one of the most prominent literary media writers of the day.

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