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Old 3rd Apr 2011, 14:48   #11
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It is in operation in the Admin section but we variously haven't got around to transferring them across from there. We'll get it sorted this week!
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Is it working properly? I seem to only see Mookse and Asylum, both excellent blogs of course!
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Here are some suggestions: These are blogs I've looked into and gone back to with interest in the last few months.

http://www.litkicks.com/ Opinions, Observations and Research
A blog devoted to literature and the arts, with some philosophy and poetry thrown in as well. Reminds me of "The Mookse and the Gripes" in its contemporary focus and honest self-assertion.

http://dactylreview.com/
Dactyl Review is dedicated solely to literary fiction, created and maintained by and for the literary fiction community.
N.B. The reviewers are all published authors: the results can be eye-opening! It is especially interesting in its aims and what it deems literary fiction in the States.

http://thenewcanon.com/
This is an excellent blog for contemporary literary fiction by a smart man of wide interests.


http://poemshape.wordpress.com/
A New England Poet writes Poetry, Haiku, Fables & Criticism
This last one is likely not for most readers at Palimpsest, given its bent for poetry. But the quality of thoughtful and well-informed analysis makes it worthy of mention at least. It might resonate with some who admire this guy's self-taught ambition and his evident success.
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Is it working properly? I seem to only see Mookse and Asylum, both excellent blogs of course!
It is working. Some of the blogs are purely book related, and are automatically set to go straight to the book blog section. I haven't had time to do the same for others yet. Ridiculously busy and things don't look like letting up for months yet. Sad face.
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