The Buenos Aires Negra Festival finally offered a venue to celebrate Argentina’s long, rich tradition of crime fiction, with more than 54 writers participating.
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.
Marcelino Elosua, head of LID Publishing, has written an open letter to the DoJ on why their antitrust suit against Apple and the Big Five should be withdrawn.
New online mag EnCubierta helps readers find the best Spanish e-books, taking a stab at the growing problem of discoverability in the expanding e-book market.
Mexico will be the guest of honor at BookExpo America 2013. The country is seen as an up-and-coming book market among Spanish-speaking countries.
Bernat Ruiz Domènech argues that 2 years after launch Spanish e-book platform Libranda hasn’t lived up to its promise — and the big publishers aren’t helping.
University of Chicago press’ extraordinary journey to bring Rómulo Gallegos’ early 20th century Venezuelan classic novel Doña Barbara back into print in English.
On the eve of the Madrid Book Fair, amid economic pressure, Spanish booksellers and others in the book business are bursting with ill will toward Amazon.
Cristina Mosca comes from a long family tradition of bookselling, and she’s forged her own path as conditions changed for her Montevideo business.
Madrid-based author Bernardo Gutiérrez’s new novel based on the 24 hours preceding the Spanish Occupy demonstrations can be freely edited by readers.