Thursday, February 23, 2006

British recommendations of foreign books

Carol O'Sullivan recently posted a pointer on the British Council for Literary Translation listserv about a British blog effort:

"Guardian Culture Vulture blog has been running a monthly series of calls for recommendations of foreign books which is interesting to scroll through and maybe contribute to; I think they have looked at Polish and Czech literature so far. Archived posts can be found at http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/culturevulture/."

The current post, "Czech In: World literature tour," is by Sarah Crown, who describes a tidal wave of response to her previous post on Polish literature.

It will be interesting to see when she first ventures outside the EU.

1 comment:

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