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Blogs about Books and literature

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57 blogs about Books and literature.

  1. Alex Mitchell – Medium
    “Collected the Complete Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Edits the Feminist Friday newsletter. Also I’m a data analyst.” 🇬🇧

    Vincennes Big List of Books 2022
    Vincennes Review of Books 2022 is here!Key:* = Excellent, highly recommend~ = Actively bad, do not recommendFirst readsThe Dinner — Herman Koch Their Eyes Were Watching God — Zora Neale Hurston Naples ’44 — Norman …
    By Alex Mitchell, 578 words

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  2. Ana Ulin · Blog
    “This is a grab bag of annotations accrued over the many years this site has existed.” 🇺🇸

    Book Notes: Light From Uncommon Stars
    Light From Uncommon Stars by Ryka Aoki Read Apr 4, 2022 - Apr 10, 2022 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This is a lovely book, filled with lovable characters and feeling. It is a novel about food, music, and …
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  3. Anecdotal Evidence
    “A blog about the intersection of books and life.” By Patrick Kurt. 🇺🇸

    'What Is Called an Amateur'
    I recently encountered a choice example of academic snobbery, the lording of a tenured professor over lecturers, adjuncts and even “mere assistant professors.” Normally the perpetrator tries to disguise his snottiness or treat it as …
    By Patrick Kurp, 368 words

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  4. Awful Library Books
    “Hoarding is not collection development.”

    Not Goodbye, but See Ya Later
    Hi everyone! You may have noticed that we’ve slowed down a bit on posting, approving comments, and, well, pretty much our whole end of the deal. We’d like to say we’re just too busy and …
    By Holly, 204 words

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  5. The Bibliophilic Blogger
    “"A precondition for reading good books is not reading bad ones: for life is short" - Schopenhauer.” By Nicholas Murray. 🇬🇧

    New Poetry Collection
    My new poetry pamphlet from Melos Press, The Dictionary Speaks, is now out and can be ordered post-free via this link.From the publisher’s blurb:-NICHOLAS MURRAY’S many books include poetry, two novels, critically acclaimed biographies of …
    By Nicholas Murray, 190 words

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  6. Bibliopolitan: Brief Notes on Books

    Russian Secret Tales, by Aleksandr N. Afanasyev
    Aleksandr Afanasyev was the major nineteenth-century collector of Russian folk and fairy tales. Unlike other collectors such as the Brothers Grimm, Afanasyev also collected bawdy folktales, though these are much less known that his fairy …
    By Bibliopolitan, 206 words

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  7. Bloom | "Late" According to Whom?
    “Where you’ll encounter authors whose first books were published when they were 40 or older; who bloomed in their own good time.”

    Bloom Creative Writing: Fiction and Poetry by Sarah Freligh
    With this work by Sarah Freligh, we continue to highlight original fiction and poetry from writers who either published their first book at 40 or after, or who have yet to publish a book. Writers …
    By joeschuster3, 925 words

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  8. Blue Labyrinths
    “An online magazine focusing on literature, philosophy, and a collection of interesting ideas.” By Matt Bluemink, Jens Branum, Alba Noguera, et al. 🇬🇧 🇳🇱

    Arabic Hauntology: The Sound of Habibi Funk Records
    The twenty-third album by Habibi Funk Records was released on the 14th of July 2023. But it may as well have been the 14th of July 1973, another summer day in warm Beirut. The album …
    By Alessandro Sbordoni, 1,477 words

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  9. The Book Haven
    “Cynthia L. Haven's blog for the written word.” 🇺🇸

    A hot fire on a cold night: Peter’s denial and “Mitsein”
    “Saint Peter’s Denial” by Caravaggio It’s hard to pick a favorite essay from my new anthology, All Desire Is a Desire for Being: Essential Writings – all of the pieces by French theorist René Girard …
    By Cynthia Haven, 1,265 words

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  10. Book Jotter
    “Reviews, news, features and all things books for passionate readers.” By Paula Bardell-Hedley. 🇬🇧

    Winding Up the Week #346
    An end of week recap “The book itself is a curious artefact, not showy in its technology but complex and extremely efficient: a really neat little device, compact, often very pleasant to look at and …
    By Paula Bardell-Hedley, 1,905 words

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  11. Books and Pictures
    “recording reading and pictures.” By Cassin. 🇬🇧

    Friend’s cat
    This is my friend’s lovely cat who died recently.
    By cassincork, 11 words

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  12. Boris Dralyuk
    “Essays, Translations, and Other Writings.” 🇺🇸

    “The Life We Led in Turkey”: Alexander Voloshin in Constantinople
    Last week I completed my translation of the second volume of Andrey Kurkov’s Samson Kolechko mysteries, which are set in Kyiv in 1919. As I confessed in my brief translator’s note to the US edition …
    By bdralyuk, 919 words

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  13. The Captive Reader
    “20th Century middlebrow fiction, domestic Victorian novels, volumes of correspondence, gossipy diaries, books about European history, and almost anything having to do with Jane Austen.” By Claire. 🇨🇦

    Library Loot: September 27 to October 3
    Library Loot is a weekly event co-hosted by Claire from The Captive Reader and Sharlene from Real Life Reading that encourages bloggers to share the books they’ve checked out from the library. If you’d like …
    By Claire (The Captive Reader), 119 words

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  14. Chapati Mystery
    “a "quaint blog" established in April 2004. It focuses on histories and cultures of Hindustan.” By sepoy. 🇺🇸

    Late Great Twitter
    My twitter journey started in May 2007 and it ends today, July 23, 2023, with 32.6K tweets. I cannot sustain Elon Musk’s nonsense. Sorry. I have archived my twitter on github (will update this link …
    By {"display_name"=>"sepoy"}, 103 words

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  15. Clothes In Books
    “Description of clothes taken from a book, a picture suggested by (rather than illustrative of) the words, plus some observations.” 🇬🇧

    Christie Catchup: Poirot's Early Cases
    Poirot’s Early Cases published 1974 The Affair of the Victory Ball I have embarked on a Christie catchup programme – I realized that I have blogged on almost all of Agatha Christie’s books (and there …
    By Clothes In Books, 950 words

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  16. Collected Essays of Craig Mod

    [RIDGELINE] The Last Summer Walk
    Hello Ridgeliners! I walked wonky alleys flanked by old wooden temples and stone walls that looked like they had been there for a few hundred years and, reader, I was sweating. Sweating so much I …
    By Craig Mod, 99 words

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  17. A Common Reader
    “A way to sort through my thoughts about what I read and organize my notes. I hope it can provide readers a resource for classics, hard-to-find books, and non-fiction works.” 🇺🇸

    New translation: On the Marble Cliffs by Ernst Jünger
    I just noticed where NYRB Classics has released a new translation of Ernst Jünger’s On the Marble Cliffs. My brief notes on New Directions’ 1947 translation by Stuart Hood can be found here. I highly …
    By Dwight, 364 words

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  18. David's Book World
    “Adventures in reading.” By David Hebblethwaite. 🇬🇧

    Czech Lit Month: The Cremator by Ladislav Fuks
    My second choice for Czech Lit Month is from 1967 (though it wasn’t translated into English until 2016, by Eva M. Kandler). I understand that Ladislav Fuks (1923-94) often wrote about the period of German …
    By David Hebblethwaite, 302 words

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  19. The Dusty Bookcase
    “A journey through Canada's forgotten, neglected and suppressed writing.” By Brian Busby. 🇨🇦

    Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Self-Improvement
    Pagan LoveJohn Murray GibbonToronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1922310 pagesThe start of this novel sees a suicide thwarted. Walter Oliphant awakens to the dawn of a day he'd determined would be his last. He walks leisurely, …
    By Brian Busby, 1,687 words

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  20. Electric Literature - Home
    “Reading into everything.” 🇺🇸

    In “Terrace Story,” a Closet Turns into Outdoor Space, But With a Cost
    Reading Terrace Story is finding yourself delighted to be in the fairytale, even when you know the witch is coming for you. Charming and devastating in equal measure, this slim trickster novel asks questions of …
    By Annie Liontas, 2,068 words

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