By Edward Nawotka
Today’s lead article by Emily Williams describes how even as demand for Spanish language books in the US continues to rise, libraries struggle to meet the demand. Not only are their budgets for book acquisitions being slashed, increasingly they can’t find the types and quality of books they need. We’ve asked before, “Whatever Happened to Spanish Language US Publishing” — and you can read Emily’s coverage of that topic here — but it again leads me to wonder if Spanish language publishing for North America isn’t still a largely untapped market for US and foreign publishers?
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