Busting the myths of the global book market. Latinos don’t read redux

When it comes to the Spanish-language market we tend to think of Spain and Mexico, possibly Argentina, and just maybe the USA. In fact the USA has more Spanish speakers than Spain, but is often overlooked by publishers and authors when assessing the prospects for Spanish-language titles. A safer bet still is that countries like Read More …

In Colombia the Bogata Parque 93 Book Festival lets bookstores take centre-stage

This coming March will see the eleventh Night of the Bookstores in the world’s book capital. New York? London? Paris? Nope. Buenos Aires. Yes, the one in Argentina. As I noted back in November last year, taking a wider look at Latin America on the occasion of Uruguay’s first Night of the Bookstores in Montevideo Read More …