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· February, 2008

Stories about Literature from February, 2008

China: Thoughts and debates on the name-calling professor

The start was in fact very simple. In 2007, Professor Zhong Hua at Sichuan Normal University issued an article entitled Cultural Studies and the Lost of Literary Theory in the...

A book about political murders in Brazil

Bangladesh: Book fair

Lusospheric Literature: Sabedoria de Improviso

Blogger of the Week: Nicholas Laughlin

Today's Blogger of the Week is Nicholas Laughlin - an author, editor, art enthusiast, activist and "occasional" blogger, who has dreams bigger than life for his hometown in Port of...

Jamaica, Haiti: Haitian Creole

Trinidad & Tobago: Cultural Preservation

Trinidad & Tobago, Australia: de Boissiere Passes On

Echoes of Orwell in Senegal

Trinidad & Tobago: Commonweath Writers

Brazil: Oneself cellphone mobile TV

Slovenia: Poetry, Green Views, Cuisine and More

Slovenia is a country with a very healthy blogosphere, which includes blogs from expats. Here's a roundup of what some of them have been talking about in the last few...

Venezuela: Rafael Bolívar Coronado, Writer With Unorthodox Methods

El Alma Llanera (The Soul from the Plains) is Venezuela's second national anthem and the song used by most party hosts in this country to send their guests home. Its...

Blogosphere poetry in Portuguese

Brazil: Free books online, no need to print

Cuba, Jamaica: Parable Hunting

Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana: Supercat

Guyana: R.I.P. Bernard

Jamaica: Marley's Birthday

Jamaica, Dominican Republic: Oscar Wao

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