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· July, 2011

Stories about Literature from July, 2011

Russia: Science Fiction Vocabulary

Poland: The State of Reading

A few weeks ago, a new social campaign - Reading in Poland - was launched by one of Poland's largest daily newspapers due to the fact that reading rates in...

St. Lucia: Jacques Compton Dies

Kenya: Kenyan Poet Podcasts

U.S.V.I., St. Kitts: On Belonging

U.S.V.I: Rhys’ Literary Identity

Kyrgyzstan: Library receives grant for catalogues and digitization

Afghanistan: Book offers diplomatic insights

China: Detained Tibetan Writer Severely Beaten

U.K.: Polish Poetry on the Tube

Japan: A Fukushima Poet Tweets His Verses

Since the March 11 Japan earthquake and tsunami disaster, Ryoichi Wago, a poet from Fukushima city, has been experimenting with a new form of poetry. He expresses his feelings about...

Russia: Tribute to Dmitry Prigov

The Disputed Reputation of Portugal's Former Political Police Chief

Major Silva Pais, the last director of Portugal's repressive PIDE police force - operative during the country's “New State” period - has been implicated in a play, in the 1965...

Jamaica: The Power of Social Media

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