Latin American Herald Tribune - Venezuela

Kazakhstan Organizes Migration Conference in Spain

More than a score of experts will gather at the University of Granada to discuss “The Great Migrations: The Colonization of Europe” in an event organized by the government of Kazakhstan as part of the International Decade for the Rapprochement of Cultures.   The Decade (2013-2022) is an initiative of the UN Educational, Scientific and… Seguir Leyendo Kazakhstan Organizes Migration Conference in Spain

Latin American Herald Tribune - Venezuela

Latin American Authors Still Rely on Publishers in Spain

Latin American authors who have built a following beyond their home countries have done so thanks to their contractual arrangements with Spanish publishers, a study released on Wednesday revealed. Latin American literature “still needs to make the leap to Spain,” said Ana Gallego, a professor at the University of Granada who was involved in the… Seguir Leyendo Latin American Authors Still Rely on Publishers in Spain

Latin American Herald Tribune - Venezuela

Vargas Llosa Says He Never Thought He’d Find a Publisher

Vargas Llosa Says He Never Thought He’d Find a Publisher Writer Mario Vargas Llosa, 1994 Cervantes Prize winner, said Tuesday that when he was starting out he “never” thought he would find an editor for his works and thought he would have to pay to have them published “like all the other Peruvian writers” of… Seguir Leyendo Vargas Llosa Says He Never Thought He’d Find a Publisher

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Garcia Lorca Foundation Digitizes Writings

Garcia Lorca Foundation Digitizes Writings Web users will now be able to consult 700 manuscripts that cover all the poet\’s creative stages, almost 200 letters, references to the rest of his correspondence and around 3,000 titles that make up his bibliography. Numerous digitized documents related to the life and work of Federico Garcia Lorca have… Seguir Leyendo Garcia Lorca Foundation Digitizes Writings