This October 4-7 Puerto Rico’s Festival de la Palabra will host to 60 established and emerging writers from Puerto Rico, Latin America, and around the world.
The iBookstore is about to open in Latin America, using the Falkland Islands and Guyana to originate sales, but Apple and its suppliers aren’t making it easy.
As part of austerity measures VAT on e-books has been raised to 21% in Spain, a move that is likely to slow growth in the nascent segment.
This July’s Buenos Aires Children’s and YA Book Fair has recovered some of its past splendor but it still lacks a digital program.
Mexico’s new Carlos Fuentes International Prize for Literary Creation offers one winner $250,000 cash and brings the country coveted cultural cachet.
Books from Argentina, a new site promoting Argentine translations abroad, lacks the focus that would make it the tool the industry so desperately needs.
A grim report by the Spanish Publishers’ Guild shows an industry in a downward spiral, with few bright spots and bankruptcies expected later this year.
Publisher Blanca Rosa Roca says rampant piracy and inflated e-book prices are keeping Spain’s e-book market from really taking off — but change is on its way.
Random House Mondadori created reading rooms on Spanish trains. They were a huge hit with commuters, great for sales and a boon for consumer insight.
Publisher Eterna Cadencia’s marketing campaign to print books with disappearing ink got the media’s attention, but does it cheapen the role of the author?