One Hundred Years of Solitude is finally released as an official e-book, while Random House Mondadori launches a new, global imprint for digital shorts, RHM Flash.
Mexico has more than 100 indies struggling to survive, often as literary publishers. Some embrace e-books, others balk. Could digital by their lifeline?
Backed by Bertelsmann and Planeta, Spain’s Booquo has begun offering all you can read for €9.99 a month from a curated catalog of 300 mostly backlist titles.
A sudden change in school curriculum by the new conservative government in Spain may cost textbook publishers close to 100 million euros. Lawsuits await.
“I know beforehand that I will not have the book the client is asking for in 90% of cases.” By Julieta Lionetti CARACAS: Just 1% of titles published in Spanish ever make it to Venezuela, says Roger Michelena, owner of Librerias Michelena and editorial director and founder of Ficcion Breve, an independent literary trade publisher in Caracas. Of the many …
Spain’s first Virtual Book Fair is organized by Bubok, the country’s top self-publishing platform, and will feature free author events, seminars, and more.
B de Books offers low cost, DRM-free e-books, and has signed many self-published authors, both innovations for a commercial Spanish publisher.
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According to the Spanish ISBN Agency, the number of publishers and titles grew significantly in 2011, despite a 66% drop in new print editions.
Xalapa, Mexico known as ‘the Athens of Veracruz,’ has seen nine of its bookstores close their doors in the last three years.