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· June, 2009

Stories about Literature from June, 2009

Peru: Interview with Peruvian Books

Haiti, U.S.A.: Danticat Cops Guillén Prize

Indonesia: Ancient manuscripts digitalized

India: Crowdsourcing And Twitter

Russia-India: A medieval journey to India

Jordan: Poet Accused of Apostasy

Iran:'Life imitates art’

Japan: ‘1Q84′, the new bestseller by Haruki Murakami

“In your sky how many moons are floating?”. This the catch phrase of 1Q84 [ja], Ichi Kew Hachi Yon, (Q in Japanese reads the same as 9), the new 2...

Talking to Indian-Jamaican writer and blogger Annie Paul

An interview with Jamaica-based Indian writer and editor Annie Paul, whose blog covers art, literature, popular culture, politics, and current affairs.

Trinidad & Tobago: In Naipaul's Defense

Trinidad & Tobago, Bahamas: Online Poetry

Netherlands: 80th birthday of Anne Frank

East Timor and a crocodile story

African photographers, writers and artists find their voice in blogs

As more Africans come to realize the power of blogging as a tool for expression on a global scale, the number of bloggers has increased and so has the themes...

Russia: Aleksandr Pushkin

Barbados: Lamming Turns 82

Jamaica: The Best of Caribbean Theatre

Africa: 50 books every African should read

Afripop has a list of 50 books that every African should read.

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Savo Heleta's “Not My Turn to Die”

Jamaica: One Love

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