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Spanish-language literary festival back in L.A. after year's hiatus

Spanish-language literary festival back in L.A. after year's hiatus

LéaLA, the largest Spanish-language literary festival in the United States, marks its return to Los Angeles this weekend after a year's hiatus. With more than 300 literary imprints represented and over 90 book events from May 15-17 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, LéaLA will once again be at the forefront of showcasing Spanish-language books through readings, panel discussions, theater productions and more. Founded in 2011 by the University of Guadalajara Foundation as an extension, in part, of the Guadalajara International Book Fair, LéaLA had steady annual growth through 2013, with more than 80,000 visiting the fair that year. However, despite that success,...

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