97-year-old Chilean poet Nicanor Parra has won Spain’s prestigious Cervantes Prize for literature.
More than a quarter of books published by university presses in Spain are available in digital format.
A new report says that Spanish speakers around the world could be a key market to bet on in these times of global financial crisis
The Guadalajara Book Fair had a record year, attracting 600,000 visitors and 1,935 publishers from 43 countries, including Germany, which served as guest of honor.
A look at the bestseller lists in Argentina and Chile reveal a few commonalities and many different reading preferences between the neighboring countries.
Two Spanish publishers, Ediciones B and Planeta, have launched e-book imprints, and are now dealing with DRM and pricing.
Sigueleyendo.es launched a new e-book series featuring well-known Spanish and Latin American re-imagining classic fairy tales and children’s stories
Argentina has launched an online, interactive map featuring information about the publishing industry and an overview of the country’s cultural marketplace
El País looks at the literary treasures in the personal archives of legendary Spanish literary agent Carmen Balcells, one of the most influential figures in Spanish publishing.
Tijuana’s thriving literary subculture has been influenced by multiculturalism, music, new technologies, and its proximity to the United States