E-readers fuel rise of Spanish language lit

01/12/2014 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Spanish language readers and bookstores in the U.S. have long bemoaned the dearth of titles, but the popularity of e-readers has spurred a flood of affordable works. Amazon's eBooks Kindle en Espanol store boasts more than 70,000 titles, more than twice as many as it launched with in 2012, while Barnes & Noble sells about 65,000 Spanish language books for the Nook.

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