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Five thousand documents and an unpublished play will provide deeper knowledge on the work of Machado

The Unicaja Foundation has reached an agreement to acquire 4,700 scattered documents from the Machado brothers, among which an unpublished play titled 'La Diosa razón" (The Goddess Reason) has been found.

Historian Fernando García de Cortázar Talks About The Most Beautiful Places in Spain in his Book "Viaje al corazón de España"

Cortázar, born in Bilbao, learned from his parents, his love of exploring Spanish lands and understanding the country from a rational and, no less important, emotional point of view.

Spain Increases Book Production by 4.6% in 2017

Digital publishing, representing 31.6% of all copies, increased by 12.7% last year, while printed publishing (accounting for 68.4% of the total), grew by 1.2%.

Instituto Cervantes Presents Cultural Program Spring/Summer 2018

Cervantes Spanish Language & Culture. The Cervantes Institute is a non-profit cultural organization that universally promotes the teaching, study and use of the Spanish language and the Spanish and Hispanic-American culture.

Get to know this week's List for the week 19th ending on May 13th, 2018

NPD 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 19 of 2018 (week ending 05/13/2018).

ARCE's Bulletin, May 15th, 2018

The Association of Publishers of Cultural Magazines (ARCE) was born in 1983 at the initiative of the Spanish publishers of cultural topics.

Rafael Cadenas, Reina Sofia Poetry Award

The award, which celebrates its 27th edition this year, comes with 42,000€ and the publication of an anthological collection of the award winner’s work.

Barcelona, guest of honor at the Buenos Aires International Book Fair 2019

BThe program will highlight the Catalan city’s status as a publishing capital. Barcelona has added one more notch to its literary résumé after the city was named the guest of honor at the Buenos Aires International Book Fair in 2019.

Fernando Aramburu wins The European Strega Prize

This time the renowned novel of the San Sebastián native was awarded the prize at the Turin International Book Fair. Patria is a novel about the deep Basque Country of ETA. It takes place during the “leaden” years following the Franco regime, has touched the hearts ......

Arizona State University Alum combines Law, Spanish

Katherine Nelson is an alumni of Arizona State University's School of International Letters and Cultures. Now she is studying law at ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at ASU.

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