Adriana Dominguez is a new literary agent (since 2009) with Full Circle Literary Agency. She has worked in publishing for over ten years, mainly in children's books. Dominguez has her finger on the pulse of books being published by native Spanish speakers. Her blog is a wealth of information on these authors, and various conferences.
Through Dominguez' blog, the Full Circle Literary site, and some internet searching, I've found a list of great websites for writers who want to keep up with the publishing industry's interest in Latin authors. Here is a summary of what I've discovered.
Criticas, the Library Journal's book reviews of Spanish-language authors.
La Bloga: Chicana, Chicano, Latina, Latino, & more. Literature, Writers, Children's Literature, News, Views & Reviews.
The National Latino Writers Conference
The Latino Book and Family Festival, co-produced by Edward James Olmos.
Don Quijote, a community for Spanish and Latin American writers.
Las Culturas, a listing of famous Latino/Hispanic authors. There's another list on Zeroland.
Latino Stories has links to author websites, news and reviews.
Adriana Dominguez' blog
Full Circle Literary Blog