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· September, 2009

Stories about Literature from September, 2009

Oman: Lost in The Lost Symbol

CEE: History, Nationalism and Identity

Guyana: Thanks, But No Thanks

Middle East: Arabisk, Blog Competition and Debate

Newly launched Arabisk is an annual competition to select the best Arabic blogs. First welcomed by bloggers, Egyptian bloggers are now complaining that they have been sidelined from the contest....

Russia: Ulitskaya-Khodorkovsky Correspondence

Haiti, USA: MacArthur award for Danticat

Suriname: R.I.P. Henk Tjon

Puerto Rico: Debate on Censorship

The Department of Education of the government of Puerto Rico recently eliminated five books from the eleventh grade curriculum of the public school system. Numerous writers and artists in Puerto...

Dominican Republic: three poets

Trinidad and Tobago: a tribute to Wayne Brown

Botswana: What Botswana Creative Writers Need

Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago: literary obituaries

Trinidad and Tobago: Anton Nimblett's stories

Estonia: Haapsalu

Jamaica: Truth & Laughter

Jamaica, Barbados: Sandiford Speaks

Bahamas: International Literacy Day

Philippines: Covering Books with Plastic

Suriname: On “Someni Tongo”

Bahamas: The Play's The Thing

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