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Mobile bookstore promotes reading during Mexico’s COVID-19 lockdown
This mobile bookstore in Guadalajara invites people to travel with their imagination
Mexican author Amparo Dávila passes away
Amparo Dávila's work is often classified as the middle ground between magical realism and fantasy literature
Mexican writer Fernanda Melchor in International Booker Prize shortlist
Fernanda Melchor was selected for her book Hurricane Season
Mexican writer Valeria Luiselli, first woman to win the Rathbones Folio Prize
In her book Lost Children Archive, Luiselli addresses her work with young migrants in the Mexico-U.S. border
The American Dirt controversy highlights diversity issues in the book industry
In a predominantly white industry, Jeanine Cummins' American Dirt is putting pressure on publishers to address diversity issues
American Dirt draws attention to authentic Chicano and Latinx literature
When Oprah Winfrey endorsed the novel American Dirt for her book club last month, many Latinxs took to social media to criticize the novel by Jeanine Cummins for its stereotypes
Airplane turns into a library in Mexico City
The government plans to open another five library-airplanes
10 Mexican female writers worth reading
Women, both in Mexico and the world, are still struggling for their literary productions to be recognized
The secret bookstores in Mexico City
The reason to keep these bookstores secret has to do with creating an intimate and special relationship between the reader and the book
The Little Prince translated into Rarámuri
The Little Prince is considered the second most translated book in history: there are editions in at least 300 different languages