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Zenda-Edhasa, a new publishing imprint with Reverte

Arturo Pérez-Reverte, writer and founder of Zenda, and Daniel Fernández, editor of Edhasa, president of the publisher infoLibre and new president of the Spanish Publishers Guild, presented Zenda-Edhasa this Tuesday. A new publishing imprint that will delight the most adventurous readers, with cover illustrations by Augusto Ferrer-Dalmau.

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Daniel Fernández has been unanimously elected president of the Spanish Federation of Publishers’ Guilds

Daniel Fernández has been unanimously elected as the new president of the Federation of Publishers’ Guilds of Spain (FGEE) at the Federation’s General Assembly meeting held in Madrid. Daniel Fernández becomes the successor to Patrici Tixis, who had held the position in the last year and who will continue on the board as president of the Gremi de Editors de Catalunya. 

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Patrici Tixis, re-elected president of the Spanish Federation of Publishers’ Guilds, proposes to improve reading and reading comprehension rates by 2050

The re-elected president of the Federation of Publishers’ Guilds of Spain, Patrici Tixis, took advantage of his intervention during the presentation of the Plan for the Promotion of Reading 2021-2024 designed by the Ministry of Culture to propose the improvement of reading rates and reading comprehension as one of the country’s strategic challenges defined for 2050.

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Granta Nº 23: The Best Young Spanish Narrators, 2

One of the great events in the literary world, both in English and Spanish, is the publication, every ten years, of the GRANTA list announcing the selection of the best young writers in Spanish. We spoke with Valerie Miles, editor of Granta, who tells us that this year «the pressure was very great because in English the publication was number 155».

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ContraEscritura publishing crowdfunding: freedom or slavery?

Marta Martínez, founding editor of ContraEscritura tells us why her publishing house has consolidated several popular financing, and if in the end, this has meant more of slavery than the freedom to publish the books she considers necessary.
ContraEscritura began in 2015 with a patronage idea. The publishing house was founded with 200 euros from the rights of the founder’s first poetry book. This money she reinvested in a membership system and the website.

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