As part of its ongoing commitment to extend its culture and arts programs for the Latino community in Los Angeles, California, the University of Guadalajara is set to once again hold one of the most ambitious events ever host to promote Spanish: LéaLA, the largest Spanish-language book fair in the U.S.
This three-day event seeks to encourage reading and promote Spanish-language books together with the recognition of the Latino population, their culture and customs. LéaLA is an initiative backed by the University of Guadalajara Los Angeles and by the Guadalajara International Book Fair (FIL).
At LéaLA you’ll be able to find book presentations and signings, lectures on popular culture and the historic roots of Latin American countries, meetings between Latin American writers and authors from other parts of the world, forums on the challenges associated with selling and distributing Spanish-language books in the U.S. participation by Latino celebrities in a range of literary and cultural activities, including readings of children’s books, as well as an Education Pavilion designed to promote secondary and higher education.
For more information visit http://www.lea-la.com