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· May, 2014

Stories about Literature from May, 2014

BookCrossing in Latin America

When Maya Angelou Lived in Egypt and Ghana

Prison Literature

“An Island Luminous” Makes Haiti Open Access

Libraries in Lima

Guyana: Remembering Walter Rodney

Increasing Connection Between the Online and the Offline in Cuba

In Cuba, an intrepid connection between virtuality and reality has flourished.

Serbia Mourns British-Serbian Legend Timothy John Byford

Two People Are Driving Around Europe to Find What It Means to Be European

On the eve of European elections, two French artists will tour Europe to meet with as many types of Europeans as possible.

A Poet Opens Her Eyes In the Metropolis: Juana M. Ramos in New York City

"This huge urban centre, New York, opened up my eyes and made me look at myself, also multiplied, in conceiving myself as Salvadorian, Central American, Latin American."

Bocas Literary Festival Showcases Caribbean Literature

The 2014 NGC Bocas LitFest in Trinidad and Tobago has closed to rave reviews on social media about the "great things" the event is doing to promote Caribbean literature.

Caribbean: Commonwealth Short Story Shortlist Announced

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