Guatemalan professor wins first prize in Spanish writing contest We challenged writers around the world to enter a series of five writing contests in English or Spanish starting in July. Katherine Alvarado de Estrada of Guatemala penned this parable on the theme of hope, winning our July Spanish-language contest, organized by MAI and Letra Viva.
The coronavirus pandemic’s impact on global publishing and bookselling has been severe, but authors and publishers are seeking creative means to reach online readers and develop new strategies to stay afloat. Christian publishing leaders from seven nations, including China and Italy, gave updates and prayed for each other in MAI’s online “Global Townhall Prayer Meeting”
¿Cuáles son las características de un buen editor? La editora Silvia Justino cita algunas en esta entrevista con MAI. Gerente del departamento editorial de Mundo Cristão, una de las principales editoriales cristianas del país, posee experiencia como docente en cursos para escritores, editores y profesionales del ámbito editorial. ¿Cuál es el contexto en el cual el
Prior to the Latin America Congresses on Evangelism (CLADE) held in Costa Rica last July, some publishers had asked, “Why is it important for us to be in an event like CLADE?” After all, it was a forum for theological reflection for Christian leaders across the continent. For MAI and participating publishers it was worthwhile for several reasons:
Mexican author and MAI board member, Keila Ochoa, led two workshop sessions on writing at the Congreso Latinoamericano de Evangelización (CLADE V) last July in Costa Rica. The Christian leader congress, attended by some 700 participants, included a book fair with book launches, workshops and autograph sessions coordinated by Ian Darke, MAI’s Latin America regional trainer. Keila shares her impressions
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