Paco Ignacio Taibo introduces his new book at the literature festival Semana Negra of Gijón
"Que sean fuego las estrellas" (Let the Stars Be Fire) is a reflection on the anarchist-unionist movement in Barcelona during the years 1917-1923.
Homage to Bolaño, a “Latin American son of the Enlightenment”
The Secretary of State for Culture vindicates the writer’s importance as key to literature in Spanish. “The world is alive and nothing that lives has remedy.
Camilo Jose Cela 1916-2016. The centenary of a Nobel. A book and all the loneliness
The exhibition aims to be a truthful and attractive route for all profiles of the writer Camilo Jose Cela: novelist, storyteller, writer, wanderer, memoirist, playwright, lexicographer, poet.
Get to know this week's List for the week 28 ending on July 17th, 2016
Nielsen BookScan, part of the Nielsen Company (US) LLC, and America Reads Spanish (ARS), present the free weekly list of the Spanish bestseller titles in the US Market for week 28 of 2016 (week ending 07/17/2016).
LIBER 2016 - International Book Fair
Do not miss the main event of the book sector in Spanish.
Two Italian Prizes for Javier Cercas
The Spanish writer Javier Cercas has won the 44th Letterario Isola d’Elba ‘Raffaelo Brignetti’ Prize for his novel El Impostor (The Imposter, L’Impostore, Guanda Editore)
Marcelo Luján wins the Dashiell Hammett Prize with Subsuelo (Basement)
“Today the Argentine writer Marcelo Luján won the Dashiell Hammett Prize for crime fiction with the novel Subsuelo (Basement), a dark crime story set in a rural house with few characters.
Ramón Lobo has won the Rodolfo Walsh Prize of the Semana Negra (Black Week) of Gijón
The accolade, which honors the best nonfiction novel of the year, was created in memory of the Argentine journalist killed by Argentina's military dictatorship