Bookwire’s Spanish Markets Footprint: Selling More Ebooks ‘In the Jet Stream’
‘Global vision, local service—and being flexible in the way we execute,’ Jens Klingelhöfer says, is how Bookwire has pushed deep into its Latin American expansion, building on success in Germany and Spain.
Calibre 3.0 is here: The popular e-book manager releases its biggest update in three years
Calibre has been one of the most comprehensive and popular e-book management applications for many years. Almost 11 years to be exact, since the app celebrated its tenth anniversary on October of last year.
The State of the Spanish Book Sector 2017
June 21st, 2017. The Observatorio de la Lectura y el Libro (The Observatory of Reading and the Book), a subsidiary of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport in Spain, has published a new version of the report ‘The Spanish Book Sector, 2017’, from which we have taken a few points:
Get to know this week's List for the week 24 ending on June 18th, 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 24 of 2017 (week ending 6/18/2017).
HACU Press Release
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) applauds the SUNY Board of Trustees for appointing Havidán Rodríguez, Ph.D., to lead the University at Albany.Dr. Rodríguez will be the first Hispanic president of a four-year college in the State University of New York System (SUNY).
Rafael Vallbona wins the 37th BBVA Sant Joan Prize
The writer Rafael Vallbona has won the 37th annual BBVA Sant Joan de literatura catalana Prize with his novel La casa de la Frontera (The Border House), the chosen winner among the 47 books presented.
Library grant to expand children’s collection
Words of excitement spread between the librarians of the Henderson County Clint W. Murchison Memorial Library that the children’s Spanish collection would double its size.
Hall schools now ‘growing our own’ bilingual teachers
About a dozen Hispanic students who graduated in May from West High and Johnson high schools will make up the initial class of students in an initiative designed to supply the district with a “pipeline” of bilingual teachers for the district.