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Editorial Dos Bigotes Presents "El Amante Alemán" (The German Lover) by Julián Martínez Gómez

In 2014, Julio returns to Cuba after spending five years away from his country. On his return flight to Madrid he meets a young attractive German called Sebastián. And this is where everything begins and is reborn, his story and the stories that had been hidden for years.

HACU's 2017 Annual Conference Agenda at a glance

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) was established in 1986 with a founding membership of eighteen institutions. Because of HACU’s exemplary leadership on behalf of the nation’s youngest and fastest-growing population, the Association rapidly grew in numbers and national impact.

New editors at Libros del Lince and Ara Llibres

The recent publishing imprint acquired by Malpaso, Libros del Lince, has a new editor. Mireia Lite (Barcelona, 1982) has been an editor of Catalan language imprints since 2015, at Ara Llibres and Amsterdam.

One hundred activities to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of Juan Rulfo’s birth in Mexico

The one hundredth anniversary of any celebrated author’s birth does not come along too often for a country. For that reason, Mexico is pulling out all the stops for the centenary of Juan Rulfo (1917-1986) ...

Novels on WhatsApp: the latest means of promoting reading among youth

It’s only been on Google Play and the Apple App Store for a few weeks, but it hasn’t taken long for Hooked to figure prominently in app stores. And it’s done so in a big way, already making the Top 10 Free Apps list. Hooked is palpable proof that not only is the way we communicate changing, but also the way we read. It’s a matter of pure fiction for the “Snapchat Generation.”

The American Academy of the Spanish Language [ANLE] has created the Campoy-Ada Award

The Campoy-Ada Award has been created to honor the trajectory of two Latin authors who, throughout their career, have contributed with their work to strengthen the use of the Spanish Language in the United States.

The 39 Latin American writers under 40 who you cannot miss

“Pay attention to the following names: Valeria Luiselli, Samanta Schweblin, Frank Báez, Claudia Ulloa, Emiliano Monge, Juan Cárdenas, Mauro Javier Cárdenas, Giuseppe Caputo, Laia Jufresa, Cristian Romero, Liliana Colanzi, Felipe Restrepo Pombo.....

Instituto Cervantes's Upcoming Events at Harvard

For the second consecutive year, the Cervantes Institute at Harvard University organizes the symposium “Reshaping. Hispanic Cultures” and focuses on researchers who are beginning their professional career.

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