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Children and Young Adults International Book Fair in Mexico City
Filij returns to Cenart for its 2019 edition
Visit Mexico City’s International Book Fair at Zócalo
It will take place from October 11 to 20
DIF appointed as administrator of Octavio Paz’s estate
Last September 30, 2019, Mexico City’s DIF was declared as universal inheritor of the estate
Two Mexican authors among top 21st century books
Mexican writers Valeria Luiselli and Yuri Herrera are included in the 100 best books of the 21st century
Jewish Book Fair to commemorate 90th birth anniversary of Anne Frank
The International Jewish Book Fair 2019, organized by Mexico's Jewish Documentation and Research Center and the FCE, will also celebrate de 100th birth anniversary of Primo Levi
Mayan writer becomes first woman to win Native Literature of America Award
The award recognizes and endorses literary creation of writers of indigenous languages
Retired couple takes literature to impoverished communities
They have received a lot of support from society, schools, and universities who have sent them books
Toni Morrison, first African American female author to win Nobel Prize, dies at 88
U.S. author Toni Morrison was a commercial as well as a critical success, drawing praise for writing in a vivid, lyrical style while assessing issues of race, gender, and love in American society
Valeria Luiselli, first Mexican in Booker Prize longlist
She was selected for her novel Lost Children Archive, along with other writers of the caliber of Margaret Atwood and Salman Rushdie
Mexican writer Fernanda Melchor wins Anna Seghers prize in Germany
Each of the winners will receive €10,000 (USD$11,235) in Mainz, Germany