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Author wins prize for debut novel

The first novel of 32-year-old Guadalajara author Ave Barrera García has won the Premio Latinoamericano de Primera Novela Sergio Galindo de la Universidad Veracruzana – a prize for debut novelists.

“Puertas demasiado pequeñas” is the story of painter down on his luck asked by an eccentric antiques dealer to falsify a 15th century painting.


Reading marathons spread out across state

More than 33,000 people gathered across Mexico to celebrate World Book Day by reading Jane Austin’s classic tale “Pride and Prejudice” on Tuesday. Reading marathons were held in 150 locations across Jalisco, including Guadalajara’s Rambla Cataluña, where over 450 readers took part, including 25 who were dressed in costumes from the 19th century, when the book was set.

Tapatios incline for Jane Austen

Two hundred years after it was published, hundreds of Tapatio literary enthusiasts will celebrate World Book Day by reading Jane Austen’s classic novel “Pride and Prejudice” on April 23.

Public invited to meet distinguished author

The American Society (Amsoc) is hosting an intimate literary event with psychiatrist and Guatemala native Roberto Moulon, author of the English book, “The Iguana Speaks My Name” (Egret Books, 2012), a volume of short stories and a novella. The book reading, discussion and signing are set for Thursday, March 21, 11 a.m.

You're never too old

A book signing celebration was held Thursday, September 20 at Hacienda Ajijic’s Steak House for Dr. Roberto Moulun, whose book “The Iguana Speaks My Name” was published this week.