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Have a Great Story about Spanish-language Publishing? Tell Us

By Edward Nawotka

Since February, Spanish World Book News has been providing twice-monthly updates, stories, profiles and news from the burgeoning Spanish-language publishing market. Our coverage has ranged from Spain to Mexico to Argentina and across the whole of Latin America. It’s our belief that there is tremendous potential in these often under-appreciated markets. So, if you have a great story to tell about Spanish-language publishing — a new digital endeavor, fascinating marketing campaign, a new publishing house to launch, or simply want to state your case — let us know. Our editor, Buenos Aires-based Julieta Lionetti, is waiting to hear from you with any story ideas, scoops, events, or other information relevant to publishing you might like to see must cover. Contact her directly.

And don’t forget to click through our archivesglobe south america to catch up on the latest stories, which include a look at what may be the world’s first publishing house launched from prison, Mexico’s book fair celebrating independent publishers, and a new crime book festival in Buenos Aires.

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2 Comments

  1. Posted June 21, 2012 at 3:46 am | Permalink

    I cant see that you picked up the fact that Ian Gibson won the Fernardo Lara Proze recently for his first fiction novel and which is the first book he has written in Spanish: http://books4spain.com/blog/ian-gibson-wins-the-2012-fernando-lara-prize/

  2. Posted June 21, 2012 at 8:08 am | Permalink

    Also have a look at Patricia Arancibia’s view on the spanish language market: http://youtu.be/qaO5wegPfeI

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