Mexican author Fernando del Paso wins the Cervantes Prize, considered the most prestigious literary award in the Spanish language.
Diana Aldana of Mexico’s Turner Libros says that with its large population and market, Mexico has become the new El Dorado of Spanish publishing.
Executives from Cengage and Udemy point to Latin America as a strong region for edtech growth and share their top tips for entering the market.
Mexico’s publishing industry has great potential, but the lack of organized government is a persistent problem, argues Déborah Holtz of Trilce Ediciones.
PublishNews’ Carlo Carrenho profiles the six fascinating winners of a new prize honoring Brazil’s top young publishing talent.
Exclusive: Two Barcelona literary agents launch The Spanish Bookstage, a new online rights and licensing platform for Spanish-language book titles.
A new program in Peru proposes to translate works by such noted authors as Nobel laureates Mario Vargas Llosa and Gabriel Garcia Marquez into Quechua.
Eduardo Rabasa of Mexico’s Editorial Sexto Piso argues an audience for quality publishing in Mexico exists and cites his own press and others as evidence.
The Bienal do Livro in Rio featured an Agents and Business Center, a CEO panel, and a rising star award, inspired by the Frankfurt Book Fair and PublishNews
The Guadalajara Book Fair’s Rights Center, which offers 125 tables, is sold out, further proof of Mexico’s growth as a center for Spanish rights activity.