By Andres Hax
If you are interested in timely feeds on Spanish language cultural news, here are a few to get you started:
@QueLeer: Based in Venezuela, this user with 196,000 followers retweets stories from various sources.
@cult_digital: The Twitter feed of the cultural pages of the Argentine left-leaning newspaper Pagina 12.
@ficcionbreve: A feed dedicated to promoting news about Venezuelan literature.
@revistaenie: Revista Ñ, the cultural magazine of the Buenos Aires newspaper Clarín. It specializes in book reviews, author interviews and feature stories.
@javiercelaya: Publishing consultant, CEO and founder of Dosdoce
@xpectro: Twitter handle of Pablo Arrieta, Bogota-based blue sky thinker on digital publishing issues
@canalL: An author video-interview site based in Barcelona.
@Gatopardocom: The excellent Mexican cultural magazine specialized in contemporary Latin-American journalism and narrative.
@serienegra: Based in Spain, specializes in contemporary noir fiction
@babelia_elpais: The feed of one of the Spanish language’s most important weekly cultural magazines, published by El País of Madrid.
@casamerica: The Spanish institution Casa de America, a central clearinghouse of cultural debate in iberoamerica.
@hipermedula: Based in Spain, this site is on the cutting edge of contemporary art and culture.
@JuanVilloro56: The personal Twitter account of Juan Villoro, one of Mexico’s most prestigious journalists and writers.
@bmvcervantes: The Cervantes Digital Library. Its goal is to promote Spanish literary culture, past and present.
@Planetadelibros: Book and trade news magazine, based in Madrid.
@saladepresna: Based in Mexico this is a thorough and rigorous feed related to journalism in Spanish.
@FCEMexico: Fondo Cultura Económica, one of the most prestigious publishing houses in Latin America.
@adnCULTURA: The weekly cultural magazine of La Nación, one of the leading newspapers of Buenos Aires.
@cvc_cervantes: The international Cervantes Cultural Center, based in Madrid.