Paola Calasanz  
Flor is a photographer with a boyfriend and a happy life... until the day she meets Jake at a wedding she is working, which changes the course of her life. A romantic story that will make us seek authenticity and think about our life offline instead of the one online in which we lie to ourselves.
ARS Book Mi novia preferida fue un buldog francés
Legna Rodríguez Iglesias  
A woman killed by her husband after an infidelity, a girl who might be suffering from a sexually transmitted disease, a dog who tells about the life of his master, her loves and her breakups.
Paco Ignacio Taibó II
In just 15 years, Mexico was shaken by the revolution of Ayutla, which would put an end to Santa Anna's dictatorship, the battle for the Constitution of 1857, the military coop and the War of the Reform; the Anglo-French-Spanish intervention; the French military attack and the guerrilla warfare against the Empire of Maximiliano.
Silverio Párez  
A short time before turning 65, Silverio Pérez (singer, writing and humortivator) received that dreaded and fearful diagnosis from his doctor: cancer. It was then that he made a decision: this disease was not going to beat him and he would spend....
Ana Elba Pavon and David Lopez, 2017 Reforma Award Winners
Havidán Rodríguez, Ph.D., to lead the University at Albany     
English PEN announces its latest list of PEN Translates award winners   
Get to know this week's List for the week 24 ending on June 18th, 2017   
AAP StatShot: Book Publisher Trade Sales Flat for 2016 

Michael Caine
English actor and author
Going in Style is a remake of a 1979 caper comedy that originally starred Art Carney, George Burns and Lee Strasberg. In this version, Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin are three lovable retirees whose company pension disappears after so  faced with homelessness, they do what anybody would do. They decide to rob a bank. In New York, Sir Michael Caine confessed his passion for the Spanish Culture. 

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Radio: Writer Fernando Ónega talks about his book: ¿Qué nos ha pasado,España?  

 An Interview with Argentinian Rodrigo Fresán
Argentinian writer and journalist  

 As you hopefully already know, for the next two months we’ll be producing a weekly podcast and a series of posts all about Rodrigo Fresán’s The Invented Part. All grouped under the title “Two Month Review,” this initiative is part book club, part exercise in slow reading, and part opportunity to discuss and....
Children's Book
 ¡Buen Viaje!
Patricia Geis

A new collection in which little ones can accompany the Dudús: Conejo, Chanchita, Miu, and Osito, throughout their daily activities. This book features semi-embossed characters and includes necessary accessories for simple, daily habits.    

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