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“So he waited, listening for a moment longer to the tuning-fork that had been struck upon a star. Then he kissed her. At his lips’ touch she blossomed for him like a flower and the incarnation was complete.”

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One of the most difficult things about learning a new language and becoming integrated into a new culture is finding literature that is actually accessible. A good place to start might be to re-read books that you already know and …

Books are a dying breed these days: Kindles are taking over and the illuminated screen in the palm of our hands is infinitely more interesting than the printed page will ever be. I mean, when’s the last time you saw

The 42nd edition of the Buenos Aires International Book Fair kicks off today at 2PM and it will be on until 9th May at La Rural (Sarmiento 2704). This is a pretty big deal. Alongside London, Frankfurt, São Paulo and …

Author Nadia Fink and illustrator Emiliano “Pitu” Saá are breaking the stereotypes found all too often in children’s books. Together with Martín Azcurra, the designer, they created a publishing house called Chirimbote in 2015 and launched an initial collection of …

Buenos Aires’ Noche de la Librerías is back to the glee of many a bookworm and book collecting enthusiast. If you’re in the market for an alternative to another previa or reggaeton dance session then make your way to Corrientes …

Good news! Restrictions on books entering the country from abroad have been lifted, meaning you can now order books off Amazon and actually receive them once they arrive to these hallowed shores.

Culture Minister Pablo Avelluto and Production Minister Francisco …

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The 41st Buenos Aires International Book Fair hits the city today, held at the Palermo’s La Rural from April 23rd (neat!) until May 11th. Laying just claim to the prestigious title of Biggest Book Fair in …

Beyond the lure of its late-night boliches and trendsetting cafes, Buenos Aires is really at its heart, a city for intellectuals.

Buenos Aires houses more bookstores per capita than any city in the world, according to the World Cities

In my third year of college, I ambitiously signed up for a high-division Latin American literature course. The first book on our syllabus was barely an inch thick – Tirano Banderas by Ramón del Valle-Inclán. Reading is not an appropriate …