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  Bookseller

Nordemann Concha Carmina
Miguel Concha
Gerente comercial
Santiago, Chile
Family enterprise, founded in the year 1974 by the gentleman Michael Concha Caldera, businessman with vast path in the world of the books. Their department of imports is in permanent contact with the best publishing houses of North America, South America and Europe, to keep our clients informed about the innovations published worldwide.

Nordemann Guelfi María Beatríz
Miguel Concha
Gerente general
Santiago, Chile
Family enterprise, founded in the year 1974 by the gentleman Michael Concha Caldera, businessman with vast path in the world of the books. Their department of imports is in permanent contact with the best publishing houses of North America, South America and Europe, to keep our clients informed about the innovations published worldwide.
  Distributor

Navarrete Celene
L.A. Librería
Copropietaria
Santa Monica, USA
They sell and promote children and youth's Spanish literature in California through book fairs in schools, cultural events and the online store. Their catalog catalog includes hundreds of carefully selected titles from renowned Iberoamerican publishers that are distributed in schools, libraries, museums and the general public.
  Editor

Narvarte Valeria
Buscatrazos
Gerente
Quilmes, Argentina
Editing, design and production of books. Material intended for different audiences: Children, general, vocational and educational. Rights sales unpublished books.
  Ilustrator

Nieto Vital David
Caldo de Pollo
Ilustrador
Tlalnepantla, Mexico
Illustration and design.
  Librarian

Neill Margaret
El Paso Public Library
Gerente de servicios técnicos
El Paso, USA

Nelson Christine
CCA/CCCC
Bibliotecaria
Milan, USA

Norquist Heather
Santa Cruz Public Libraries
Bibliotecario
Santa Cruz, USA
  Other

Nuñez Martínez Elda
Fundación Rayuela para la Cultura
Promotora
Cuernavaca, Mexico
Supports cultural infrastructure projects in different municipalities of Morelos to benefit underprivileged children and youths. Liaises with various agencies to offer artistic and cultural programs in the centers it builds.
  Rights Agent

Nieto Gabriel
Planeta Mexicana, Editorial
Director de derechos para Latinoamérica
México, Mexico
The largest publishing house in the Spanish-speaking world. It is also the first in the region to set up a sales office for copyright in Latin America with its main office in Mexico City. It seeks to promote and export Latin American authors and the region´s literary production in other languages, territories and formats. Its catalog includes a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction titles.
   
 
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