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The United States identified as the largest market for digital publications from Ibero-America
“The news was contained in the advance release from the report on ‘Digital development and trends in Latin America’ which will be published by Bookwire in September, providing a detailed analysis of the different aspects of digital development of over 150 independent publishers in Ibero-America.
Anagrama Launches Comic Book Collection
Journalist Matías Néspolo revealed last Thursday in his column in the Catalan edition of El Mundo: Anagrama will launch in 2017 a collection “dedicated to comic books and graphic novels.”
Philologist Lola Pons Rodríguez compiles “A Hundred Curious Stories About the Spanish Language” in her book “A Very Garrulous Tongue”
Though the letter ñ (eñe) has become an emblem of the Spanish language, Professor Lola Pons Rodríguez with the University of Seville asserts that a more original badge would be the inverted question and exclamation marks which are also very recent, since they date from the late 1700s.
Educational Partnership Celebrates Young Bilingual Students
Learning a foreign language is about more than the language itself. At Duquesne University’s Department of Modern Languages, students are encouraged to immerse themselves in cultural communities outside their own to enhance their experience.
Three ‘unsettling’ women win the Llibreter Prize
“Alicia Kopf, Lucia Berlin and Francesca Sanna win the prestigious awards. The three winners of the 17th Llibreter prize are united by a rebellious, unsettling view of the world.
Gregory Rabassa, a Premier Translator of Spanish and Portuguese Fiction, Dies at 94
Gregory Rabassa, renown American literary translator, was a collaborator with our translation rights program New Spanish Books. America Reads Spanish
All about Miguel de Cervantes at a click. Google offers more than 1,000 documents about the writer in 18 virtual exhibitions.
Can you imagine having all documents and images on Cervantes on hand? The Google Cultural Institute, with the support from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, has done it with the "Cervantes routes."