Javier Valdez Cárdenas
Malayerba is one of the most violent books of recent times, as well as one of the most interesting, necessary, and extraordinary. It is a fragmented chronicle of the violence of drug trafficking in northern Mexico and how it appears reflected in everyday life and language in the area.
For Catalina, the days pass in hypnotic calm at the hacienda in Colutla. The only thing that shakes her serenity are the repressed childhood memories that surprise her ever more frequently.
Tati Ortiz Monasterio 
What would you do if you weren't afraid?. Would you undertake the project of your dreams? Would you end that stormy relationship? Would you dare to say what you really think? We have all experienced it, but it is time to free ourselves. 

Javier Urra
The author challenges readers to get to know themselves better with The Triple E principle: Scale of Sensible Stability. This is a witty, funny, and personal book that, to a great extent is ....
Historian Fernando García de Cortázar Talks About The Most Beautiful Places in Spain in his Book "Viaje al corazón de España" 
Under the umbrella of America Reads Spanish, the Children’s Books Workshop was celebrated on May 23rd, in Austin, TX
Get to know this week's List for the week 21st ending on May 27th, 2018  
Fernando Aramburu wins The European Strega Prize
Spain Increases Book Production by 4.6% in 2017   

James McAvoy 
Scottish actor

McAvoy travels to the depths of his emotions in Submergence a movie suffocated by an unforgiving narrative structure directed by Wim Wenders. Alicia Vikander and James McAvoy somehow rise above the lackluster film they’re sunk into. Based on J.M. Ledgard’s novel of the same name and adapted by screenwriter Erin Dignam, the film revels parallels between time periods and points of view, the film opens with Vikander, a professor and scientist obsessed with the literal bottom of the ocean, who is embarking on the biggest journey of her career, but just can’t seem to care about it because the man she loves won’t answer her phone calls.

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Video: El Búho entre Libros talks to María Oruña about her latest book "Donde fuimos invencibles"

Radio: Las mañanas de RNE - Antonio Muñoz Molina: "Gossiping is a human beeing natural instint" 

Editorial Tregolam chats with Mariluz Corpas, author of 'Eutimia. I'm crazy, and you? '

Mariluz was born in Madrid (Spain) on December 1, 1976. Studies Biology at the Complutense University of Madrid until 3rd course.In 1998 she has her first manic crisis and is diagnosed with type I bipolar disorder at the Nuestra Señora de la Paz clinic. She began to paint and studied Restoration of Ancient Painting at the School of Casto Castellanos in the 2005-2006 academic year. 
Children's Book
Cada animal, con su orinal
Vanesa Pérez Sauquillo
Sara Sánchez

In the jungle where I live, we don’t use diapers, we use potties! Each Animal to Their Own Potty is the magical book that will make your child want to potty train, leave behind their diapers, and head to the potty on their own. This great book is part of the “Big Steps” Collection, a sweet and humorous children’s book...... 

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