Bookish culture

English 08/11/2017 12:29 EL UNIVERSAL in English/Berenice González Mexico City Actualizada 15:48
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Editor Camilo Ayala levels off the ground for young readers in Mexico to feed on something else than social media threads and timelines

Camilo Ayala’s office, Head of the Department of Electronic Content and Special Projects at UNAM Editorial Promotion and Publishing - Photo: Camila Mata/EL UNIVERSAL

EL UNIVERSAL in English/Berenice González

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Despair owns its own books, a discussion table, will explore cruel, morbid and strange mechanisms at play in the processes of editing, printing and distributing books through time - Photo: Camila Mata/EL UNIVERSAL

EL UNIVERSAL in English/Berenice González

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Longstanding editor Camilo Ayala Ochoa, organizes pioneering encounters aimed at luring young audiences into the bookish culture, “creating a readership is both a task and our duty as a college publishing house - Photo: Camila Mata/EL UNIVERSAL

EL UNIVERSAL in English/Berenice González

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The Joanina Library, a Baroque library situated in the historic center of the University of Coimbra, Portugal - Photo: Taken from the University of Coimbra website

EL UNIVERSAL in English/Berenice González

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Bibliophagy -Photo: Taken from blog of the Library of the University of Zaragoza

EL UNIVERSAL in English/Berenice González

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Pages deemed strange, morbid or cruel, a colloquium is open to the public this Friday, November 10 with a free registration starting at 8:30 in Simón Bolívar Amphitheatre located in San Ildefonso College, cradle of Mexican muralism, in downtown Mexico City.

Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to know more about further events organized by UNAM Publishing House, its bilingual fiction and nonfiction collections, as well as the people behind this legacy editorial experience.

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