El Cultural has a list of the best literary blogs in Spanish. Some of them I know of and read with some frequency, others not so much but they all look good. Moleskine Literario is great for finding articles about the goings on in the Spanish language press. I’ve read La Nave de Los Locos, but I’m undecided as yet. MICRORRÉPLICAS is good, although I don’t read it enough, as is Antonio Muñoz Molina’s. I’m looking forward to reading some of these others. I would add El Sindeome Chejov from the Spanish writer Miguel Angel Munoz to the list. He has some great interviews on his site. And I like Sergi Bellver’s blog too.
There is one glaring deficiency to the site as Liburauk points out. There isn’t a single blog by a woman listed. It is a huge omission, one that seems rather typical. Liburauk has a good rant about the problem and a link to a counter list at Escritoras that corrects the omission. It all reminds me of the series of books listed in Letra Libres article Spain in a 100 Books, that had hardly any women in it. It prompted Laura Freixas to create a counter list of women authors. (You can see my notes on it here). The same happened in the Granta youngsters in Spanish which had about 22% women, which seems a little low.
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Unfortunately I don’t think this problem is limited to literary blogs and to Spain. It’s much more pervasive than that – we have a long way to go until we really reach equality.
Thanks for picking this up!
thanks for these I ve mark them and reading via google translator get a rough idea of what going on in spanish literature at mo
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