Ana Pérez Galván of Hispabooks on ‘What Inspires Us Most’

‘The Internet is a meeting point that didn’t exist years ago,’ says the co-founder of Madrid’s Hispabooks, helping to create ‘a growing culture of publishing in translation.’

Ana Pérez Galván is the Madrid-based managing director of Spain’s Hispabooks, which she founded with editorial director Gregorio Doval in October 2011 with the goal of bringing Spanish literature in translation to an international audience.

On International Translation Day, Bookanista’s Mika Provata-Carlone published an interview with Pérez Galván in which she talks about the industry, Spanish literature, and the strengths and weakness of publishing translations.

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