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Días de Cine continues to present “El Sur” until October 14th

The movie, based on Adelaida García Morales' novel is featured at the Días de Cine Reading Club until October 14th. This initiative is sponsored by the America Reads Spanish program and the American Library Association to promote literature and the Spanish language in American libraries and universities.

CCE Miami invites to movie nights

Every Wednesday, Centro Cultural Español Miami is hosting “Días de Cine”, a free activity to promote Spanish films. This week features “El Orfanato”, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. Admission is free.

Nuevas Referencias, a blog for librarians and bibliophiles

Artist, librarian and curator Patricia Figueroa is publishing this bilingual blog featuring interviews with new Spanish-speaking authors.

October 5th ARS' events at LIBER 2012

America Reads Spanish presents the roundtable “How to sell books in Spanish in the U.S.: most demanded subjects and market description” at 10:15 a.m., as part of LIBER 2012 events.

Looking into the future of Spanish book publishing

The Spanish newspaper El País has profiled a new initiative in the Spanish publishing world: "The laboratory of the Book". This group of experts has published a book entitled, "The Great Transformation, Panorama of the book sector in Spain 2012-2015.” Their goal is to analyze and make sense of the challenges facing the industry today.

Call for presentation proposals for HACU’s 10th International Conference closes October 15th

The Speaker proposals have to address the conference theme: “Creating Global-minded Environments on our Campuses” and can be submitted individually or by groups.

Dual language programs help Hispanic children succeed

NBCLatino.com features an example of how dual language helps the young not only to maintain their primary language and learn a second one, but succeed academically.

Spanish language eBook titles from Santillana USA are now available on Apple's iBookstore

The Spanish publisher started selling its titles on the iBookstore in late 2011, increasing the number of available books rapidly in order to meet a growing demand from Hispanic audiences.

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