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· April, 2012

Stories about Literature from April, 2012

Botswana: Review: The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency

Jamaica: Of Art & Literature

Russia: Dombrovsky and Molotov

Jamaica: Literary Festival Founder Gets Guggenheim Fellowship

Chile: The Role of Municipalities in Promoting Reading

Bulgaria: “Why Should We Read Books?”

Jordan: New Website for Short Stories

Palestine: Launch of “100 Palestinian Blog Posts” Competition

On April 15, youth organization Diwan Ghazza announced a competition that is open to Palestinian bloggers everywhere. The idea is to collect the best 100 Palestinian blog posts, and then...

Botswana: Love in the Shadows

Russia: Writer Yuri Dombrovsky's Biography

Trinidad & Tobago: Review of Bagoo

Tunisia: Book Readers to the Streets!

Following weeks of demonstrations in Tunis, a new event has been announced, called “L'avenue ta9ra”, or “The avenue reads”. The plan is for Tunisians to bring their books to Habib...

Mali: Timbuktu, a Cultural Treasure in Peril

The name Timbuktu conjures up a majestic, stately image. However, the war in northern Mali and the presence of small terrorist groups constitute a serious threat to the fate of...

Mozambique: First African Board Book Gathering

Bulgaria: Light on a Mysterious Death

Armenia: Young Author Faces Military Censorship

Hovhannes Ishkhanyan, a 24-year-old former conscript in the Armenian military, has found himself in hot water in the former Soviet republic after penning a literary work detailing life in the...

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Remembering Wayne Brown

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