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· March, 2009

Stories about Literature from March, 2009

Nigeria: Watch Cassava Republic Press

Jamaica: Going to Calabash

Brazil: Beyond cyberspace – when blogs move offline

Books are becoming e-books and blogs and websites have appeared as books and other types of media. In this state of flux, it looks like the paper book has the...

St. Lucia: Waclott Square

Jamaica: Curtains for Calabash?

Jamaica, Canada: Caribbean Voices

Global Voices Book Challenge – Read Your Way Around the World!

April 23 is UNESCO World Book Day – and just because the Global Voices team loves blogs, doesn’t mean we have forgotten other forms of the written word! In fact,...

Trinidad & Tobago: Naipaul Nominated

Guadeloupe: Happy 70th!

Morocco: Early English Writings

Is Egypt on the verge of a cultural revolution?

Between Bahaa Taher's first Arabic Language Booker Prize, bloggers' books, Youssef Zidan's Azazeel's Booker prize, writing competitions on Facebook, the Sawiris Foundation Competitions, and new creative initiatives to nurture new...

St. Lucia: Visiting Gros Islet

Cuba: Interview with Blogger Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo

Claudia Cadelo interviews blogger Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo about his participation in the Cuban blogging community, which came to his side when his book "Boring Home" had originally been accepted...

Bahrain: Reading Twilight

Lao idioms

Israel: New Book Celebrates Tel Aviv's 100th Anniversary

St. Lucia: Walcott's School

Egypt: Azazeel Wins Arab Booker Prize

Martinique, Dominica: Mount Pelee

Palestine: Author Alice Walker Visits Gaza

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