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· September, 2008

Stories about Literature from September, 2008

Ethiopia: Let's talk about theatre

Japan: Kiki's Atashi Kanojo

Iran: Iranian American Writers

Lusosphere: Saramago, 85 years, Nobel Laureate, Blogger

A week ago, the 1998 Nobel Prize winner for literature - the first and only Portuguese language writer - started his own blog: Saramago's Notebook, which he describes as his...

Jamaica, Guyana: New Book

Cuba: The Power of Books

Iraq: Look at the World – Where is peace?

Today a mixed bag of posts. A meeting of old friends, a little politics, a coin of excellence, a dose of female geekery and, if you read to the end,...

Bahamas: The Writer

Deaf Awareness Week: A different type of book signing.

Did you know that most deaf people who sign, consider sign language their first language and the written language as their second? I didn't, but thanks to the dozens of...

Jamaica: Hopkinson Wins Award

Madagascar: Saluting Rado, a Poet Legend

Bloggers in Madagascar mourn the passing of a renowned poet.

Jamaica: Short Story

Bahamas, Guyana: Fringe Benefits

Russia: Blog Roundup

Blogger of the Week: Daniel Duende Carvalho

This week's Blogger of the Week series takes us to Brasilia, Brazil, where Daniel Duende Carvalho, our Portuguese Translation Manager, opens his heart and talks about his blogging experience, his...

Jamaica, U.S.A.: In Memoriam

Jamaica: Soon Come

Jamaica, Guyana: New Publishing House?

Japan: Bloggers debate Uesugi's Collapse of Journalism

In his new book “The Collapse of Journalism”, released in July, freelance journalist Takashi Uesugi strips down the murky Japanese media system and offers a glimpse inside. A former New...

Bulgaria, Macedonia: Rapprochement Through Literature

Yavor Mihaylov reports on how Bulgarian and Macedonian bloggers, through literature, have contributed more to the improvement of the Bulgarian-Macedonian relations than the Bulgarian and Macedonian governments from the recent...

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