Hispabooks is determined to showcase the best of contemporary Spanish writing from writers working in Spain’s four languages – and although English-languages publishers remain slow to take chances on literary fiction in translation unless it has already won several prizes, Hispabooks is proving that this no longer matters. Why wait on London or New York? Madrid is identifying quality literary fiction and making it available to a wider readership

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Secretary of State John Kerry. Mr Buhari, dressed in traditional Muslim attire, stood on the stage(...)

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(...) on small, emerging, non-traditional destinations located off the beaten track that offered an(...)

Tuaregs of Timbuktu: Toulou Kiki, Ibrahim Ahmed and Layla Walet Mohamed

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 Melissa Hill: I was lucky enough to be able to design my own writing space recently, and my desk sits on a glass-fronted mezzanine which floats over a room of wall-to-ceiling books, looking out a double-height window to views over the Wicklow mountains. Sounds inspiring but is in reality way more distracting than my old box-room study. Photograph: Eric Luke

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(...) year’s European election results, the traditional two-party system that has dominated Spanish politics(...)

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