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· July, 2008

Stories about Literature from July, 2008

Russia: Bashkiria

Guyana, Bahamas: Carifesta Contingent

Ukraine: The King Who Never Was

Kenya: Kwani Lit Fest and foreign correspondents

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Obama the Hero?

“La Chinafrique”: A book review

Ecuador: Interest in Literature Continues

The ExpoLibro 2008 (Guayaquil Book Fair) recently came to a close, which according to organizers, drew hundreds of thousands of visitors with more than 210 stands. This proves that the...

Jamaica, Guyana: “Small Boys”

Jordan: Book Orgy

Jordan: Meeting Salman Rushdie

Benin: Competition for young writers

Kenya: On poetry slam in Nairobi

St Vincent & The Grenadines: Bollywood Magic

Western Sahara: Poetry and Spanish – The Permanent Links

For some cultures, it is food, for others it is music, and many cultures show their character in their architecture. For Western Sahara, one of their cultural characteristics is the...

Armenia: Genocide Literature

Serbia: Arts Roundup

Here are some picks from the blogosphere on the Serbian literature, architecture, film, music, visual arts and cuisine. Enjoy!

Guatemala: Was Antigua the Inspiration for the Little Prince?

For a relatively small country, Guatemala's magnificant scenery can awaken one's imagination. From the 37 volcanoes that rise up from the landscape to the mystical Lake Atitlan, it is a...

Ecuador: Book Fair in Guayaquil

Guyana: Carifesta X

U.S.: Lara Vapnyar's Fiction

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