Yes, blogs are not limited to the mystic meanderings of everyday life. Here are some quality blogs highlighting literary fiction.
Are you a Janeite? Someone who can't get enough of British novelist Jane Austen and her life works? If your admiration goes beyond the occasional misty thought of re-reading Pride and Prejudice then chances are you are a Janeite.
Brit Lit Blogs [offsite link]
Six British literary bloggers on one page. Ready Steady Book, Splinters: Spike Magazine, Buzzwords: 3:AM Magazine, This Space, Book World and Scarecrow. Variety, spice, literature all in one spot.
Cup of Chicha [offsite link]
Personal blog of Nathalie Chicha.
Galley Cat [offsite link]
Mediabistro.com blog. News about books and publishing. Edited by Nathalie Chicha.
Literary Mama [offsite link]
An online literary magazine (with a blog) featuring writing by mother writers. You´ll find fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, literary criticism, book reviews, and columns.
Maud Newton [offsite link]
"Occasional literary links, amusements, politics and rants."
MobyLives [offsite link]
Originally a syndicated newspaper coloumn now blog.
Moorish Girl [offsite link]
Laila Lalami chats about literary news, commentary, book reviews, author interviews, political and cultural links.
New Pages Weblog [offsite link]
New Pages is an "alternative guide to new books, magazines and music." The informative weblog edited by Casey Hill.
Old Hag [offsite link]
Lizzie Skurnick sharp commentary on books, life and writing. Author of CakeTrain: a journal of writing.
POD-dy Mouth [offsite link]
Anonymous author and teacher who promises to wade through "the sea of Print-on-Demand titles, one overpriced paperback at a time--and giving you the buried treasure". Also includes articles on the writing industry.
Readerville [offsite link]
This eight year old blog delivers a wide range of opinions on the latest readings. Includes interviews, news and other book/reader related fodder.
Silliman´s Blog [offsite link]
Ron Silliman´s blog of contemporary poetry and poetics. It´s literary and itï¿½s worth reading.
The Elegant Variation [offsite link]
A literary weblog of reviews, interviews, and something in between. By Mark Sarvas.
The Happy Booker [offsite link]
Words of wisdom from Wendi Kaufman and a few guest writers. Focuses on Washington writers.
The Literary Saloon [offsite link]
This blog "offers opinionated commentary on literary matters, as well as news from and about the complete review, literary news, links, musings, and the occasional tirade."
The Old Hag [offsite link]
A pretty literary review blog by Lizzie Skurnick.
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