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· December, 2010

Stories about Literature from December, 2010

Uruguay: Discovering Uruguay Through Writer Yaravi Roig

Azerbaijan: Emin Milli's Reading list

Latin America: 2010 in Review

An 8.8-magnitude earthquake in Chile, a police strike in Ecuador and the Nobel Prize in Literature for Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa were some of the news bloggers and citizen...

Pakistan: Karachi International Book Fair

Cuba: An Elegy for Havana

India: Judging a Book by its Cover

St. Lucia: Technology & Publishing

Brazil: Literature and Prejudice against the poor

Armenia: Facebook Storytelling

Peru: Red April, a Novel by Santiago Roncagliolo

Botswana: The Problem with local publishers

Brazil: WikiLeaks and the “Electronic Intifada”

Serbia: Novelists Participate in “Blog Day” Project

On Dec. 8, one of the Serbian publishing houses launched an interesting project: called Blog Day, it represents a unique example of web activism in Serbia that will be taking...

Sao Tome & Principe: “Africa is your Home”

Nicaragua: Is Nicaraguan Literature Dead?

Guyana: Notes on Caribbean Writers

Caribbean: Regional Reviews

Venezuela: Comics Find Their Place on the Web 2.0

The comic in Venezuela is one of the genres that is generally underrated and ironically, treasured within the country's culture. In response to this, artists have formed groups to create...

Puerto Rico: Interview of Writer Lolita Bosch

Elie Rajaonarison, Malagasy artist, has died

Elie Rajaonarison, a Malagasy poet, has died on November 27, 2010, at the age of 59. An accomplished artist, Elie Rajaonarison tried his hand successfully at photography and film. He...

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