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· May, 2008

Stories about Literature from May, 2008

Cambodia: Freedom of Flying

Educated in France to be an engineer, Santel Phin spent two years in Paris, one of the most romantic cities in the world. In Cambodia, the 31 year-old Santel presently...

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Everglades Litany

Haitian Literary Fair in Washington, D.C.

Guatemala: Animal Del Monte Festival in Xela

Quetzaltenango or "Xela" was the site of an international poetry festival called Animal del Monte, which brought 40 poets from around Latin America. A big part of the festival was...

Nicaragua: Chacón Wins National Poetry Prize

Saudi Arabia: Thoughts on The Prisoner

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Calabash Podcast

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Maslow & Art

Guyana: Copyright Laws

Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Caribbean Nostalgia

Jamaica: American Standard

Iran:No Permission for 100 books to get published

Venezuela: The Poet Who Enjoyed the Simple Things in Life

Poet Aquiles Nazoa had always led a simple life. His poetry illustrated the beauties of daily life and the humorous soul of all Venezuelans. He was also one of the...

Uganda: Book Club arrives

Jamaica: Literary Feud

Algerian writer Salim Bachi launches blog

Saramago's reaction at the lauch of Blindness, the film

Jamaica, Guyana: “Creole Gang”

Iran: Seven Valleys of Love

Guyana: Looking for Poetry

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