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Writing Behind Bars: Publishing House Launched in an Argentine Women’s Prison

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Argentina’s Ediciones Me Muero Muerta [I Die Dying Editions] is truly unique and is likely the first publishing house to operate from inside an women’s prison.

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Uruguay’s Cristina Mosca Builds on 124 Years of Bookselling

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Cristina Mosca comes from a long family tradition of bookselling, and she’s forged her own path as conditions changed for her Montevideo business.

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Piglia’s 2011 Romulo Gallegos Winner Tops Venezuelan Bestseller Lists

By Andres Hax Over the course of each year, there are many important literary prizes in Latin America and Spain, and as this newsletter progresses […]

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Looking at Latin American Culture

The latest issue of Revista Ñ focuses on the culture of Latin America

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“EldíaB” Celebrates Bibliodiversity Across the Globe

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Happy Bibliodiversity Day! Argentine Guido Indij argues the book world is dominated by the North and, accordingly, bibliodiversity is under threat.

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Buenos Aires Book Fair: A Kiss on the Cheek Brings the Sting of Politics

By Edward Nawotka For an American, the Latin American habit of greeting one with a kiss on the cheek– even someone you’ve just, or even […]

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