Push for world literature

Christian Science Monitor report is here.

Of note:

The online magazine of international literature, Words Without Borders, was founded “to address a yawning gap in literary publishing,” says Alane Salierno Mason, founding editor. “We just weren’t hearing enough from voices around the world.” The e-zine is hosted by Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.

Originally conceived as a resource for publishing professionals like Mr. Mason (a senior editor at W.W. Norton) to become exposed to international authors, www.wordswithoutborders.org has since evolved to serve a larger purpose: connecting the public directly to the hearts and minds of people beyond American shores.

Published by Michael Janairo

Writer. Reader. Coffee drinker. Fiction. Poetry. Art. Museums. (My family name is pronounced "ha NIGH row.")

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