Tijuana’s thriving literary subculture has been influenced by multiculturalism, music, new technologies, and its proximity to the United States
The Guardian newspaper is conducting a World Literature Tour. After stopping in Colombia, the most recent tour stop was Argentina.
Why can’t you find a bestselling Chilean book in an Argentinian bookstore, and vice versa? Pablo Dittborn of Random House Chile discusses.
Colombian media reports unhappily that publisher Norma will stop publishing adult fiction, nonfiction and self help to focus on educational publishing.
Grupo Planeta in Spain announced ‘e-circulo’ an initiative which will allow readers to rent e-books via e-streaming
Thomas Nelson Publishers will launch in Mexico with the goal of improving distribution of Spanish content.
By Andres Hax Santiago newspaper La Tercera reports that Pedro Huerta, the director of Kindle Content at Amazon, has assured Chileans that the Kindle will will be up and running in Chile, with enhanced content in Spanish, within 18 months. Pablo Dittborn, the editor of Random House Chile has assured that the costs of passing from PDF format to EPUB …
Leading Barcelona newspaper La Vanguardia announced a new e-publishing venture, initially drawn from content written by reporters at the paper.
Spanish e-book platform Libranda now has more than 5,000 e-book titles available, and up to 10,000 could be on sale by the end of the year.
In Latin America, e-book sales are off to a slow start, but a new e-reader called Papyre aims to change that.