Wednesday, 9 April 2008

World Literature Forum

Finally, translated literature gets a proper online home for discussion! Stewart over at Booklit has created the rather brilliant World Literature Forum , a community for interested readers to discuss, review, recommend, publicise and generally rave about translated literature to their hearts' content. I've just signed up and I hope lots of you do too, as I've know there are so many lovers of world literature in the blogosphere (thanks to Mark over at ReadySteadyBook for bringing this to my attention).

7 comments:

Table Talk said...

Thanks for the link. I know I don't read enough world literature simply because I don't know what to choose: this is just I need.

Stewart said...

Thanks, Logophile. It seems to be shaping up nicely.

Andi said...

I really need to check this out. I used to read A LOT of World Lit (and taught World Lit), but it's fallen by the wayside the last few years as I'm digging into my own already-own-but-haven't-read stacks. This forum could be good motivation.

Logophile said...

Ann, I'm also hoping to get some guidance from fellow readers on the forum.

Stewart, I'm glad to hear that!

Andi, I'd love to hear more about what it was like to teach world lit - how interesting!

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