Ours suppliers include academic presses, commercial publishers, private presses, NGOs, trade associations, government agencies, large publishers, individual authors, artistic societies, museums, small publishing houses, and others whose production doesn’t even appear on the radar of most booksellers.

With a custom-built operating system and unique software allows us to avoid duplicating firm orders with approval plan selections. It also stops us from fulfilling inadvertent duplicate orders. We request authorization before sending any publication which we have sent previously to the same library.

Our database of Mexican publications contains more than 80,000 titles.

We have a stock of more than 13,000 titles.

Because we have participated in the Mexican publishing industry for decades, we know how and where to obtain older imprints.

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      Mexican literature blog

      In this blog we share knowledge, experiences and opinions of some of the Mexican publications that we have been distributing around the world for more than 40 years.

      Kermés “Editing the Everyday”

      En la azotea del Museo UNAM Hoy se llevó a cabo el sábado 13 de abril la cuarta edición de la kermés “Editando lo cotidiano”, que aunque suene fuera de lo cotidiano, es precisamente eso: una kermés. En la entrada del museo colocaron un stand donde la gente podía acercarse a sellarse grabados sobre la […]

      Fiesta del Libro y la Rosa 2024

      From Friday, April 21st to Sunday, April 23rd, and across 3 venues, the Book and Rose Festival 2024 was presented in Mexico City. More than 220 publishers were convened, and over 7 discussion forums, book presentations, and talks were set up, in addition to offering workshops, concerts, and theater performances, all completely free and open […]

      “Monstrua” – Brenda Lozano y Gabriela Jauregui (coordinadoras)

      When discussing literature throughout history, names arise within any of the existing currents. We can easily recognize all the Greeks in the creation of classical drama, Edgar Allan Poe establishing guidelines for the structure of contemporary short stories in Romanticism, Oscar Wilde inaugurating his own aestheticism movement… And the examples could go on. It would […]