Friday, June 04, 2010

Today in literature

From the site:
"Today in Literature began in 2001 — the naïve idea of an English teacher on leave from the classroom. It was a weekly radio series in Canada before moving to the internet, on and several other sites. It is now an independent web-site and subscription service, with over 25,000 visitors a day and subscribers in virtually every country in the world. It is pleasing to think that TinL helps to keep the world of books alive for so many — especially those two subscribers on Bouvet Island in the Antarctic, whoever you may be. "
You can browse the site for free or subscribe to their daily service to have each day's featured item delivered directly to you via email. Very well done, informative and fun! As one reader said, "like fresh bread and coffee for the soul..."

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