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Anime Group (Dormant)

70 members

If you like to talk about, draw, or watch anime, join this group!

poetry in translation (Dormant)

42 members

interested in dual language poetry books and comments by those who understand the original, to see how or where the translation deviates. whether poets who translate are better or worse than…

FemSFBookswap (Dormant)

32 members

We love Science Fiction and Fantasy and we love SF books and stories written by women. But we didn't see many women represented on the 2006 Hugo Ballot. Thinking about why this might be, we came up…

RoyalReaders (Dormant)

32 members

This group is for people who love reading about royalty, past or present.

Presidential Literature (Dormant)

33 members

Examines, analyzes, and discusses presidental autobiographies, biographies, historical and other writings by and about presidents.

Inspirational Fiction (Dormant)

31 members

For those who like such authors as Francine River, Terri Blackstock, Karen Kingsbury and other excellent authors.

Literary Fiction (Dormant)

30 members

Does what it says on the label. Ideally, a forum where people can speak about non-genre fiction, regardless of when or where it was written. Fiction that treats 'the human condition', which doesn't…

Canon (Dormant)

29 members

Is a canon desirable? Is a canon necessary? How does a canon emerge? And which books should be included? What do you think? Related Tags: Canon, Western Canon

dystopia (Dormant)

20 members

Girl's Night Out! (Dormant)

25 members

You are invited to an open forum to chat about Chick Lit / Women's Fiction!!

Letters & diaries (Dormant)

21 members

A group for the intellectual gossip who enjoys peering into the private lives of artists by reading texts that could never be published before the author's death.

Blur(b) (Dormant)

17 members

For readers of prose poetry, flash (non-)fiction, micro (non-)fiction, poetic novels in vignettes, and anything else that blurs conventional form and genre lines, especially those works that maintain…

Advance Reading Copies (ARCs) (Dormant)

10 members

For those who collect advance reading copies (ARCs) and galleys.

Biofiction (Dormant)

13 members

Biographical and autobiographical fiction is a fascinating area of writing. What's true? What's made up for dramatic purposes? What really happened to all the characters? If you read Laura Ingalls…

Pony Books (Dormant)

6 members

Ruby Ferguson, Elyne Mitchell, Judith Berrisford, Joanna Cannan and the Pullein-Thompson sisters, Mary Gervaise, Monica Edwards, Monica Dickens, Mary O'Hara, K.M. Peyton, Pat Smythe...

ISBN (Dormant)

6 members

The International Silly Beings of Nyo is a fan organization that aims to the uniting of science fiction/fantasy and anime fandom.

comics as art (Dormant)

9 members

The little dog Laughed, and other Nursery rhymes (Dormant)

5 members

As far as I know (though I could easily be wrong) there are no Groups for Nursery Rhymes. So I thought we should remedy that! Do you remember verses or parts of them from whenever? I think it would…

Fredericton Science Fiction Society members (Dormant)

5 members

Members of the Fredericton Science Fiction Society (FSFS). Join the group, search the society's library and let other members easily find your personal library!

Canonical Literature for Each Discipline (Dormant)

1 member

This group is to discuss and recommend the canonical literature for each discipline of study. It is intended to contain non-fiction titles. It should focus on either the classics of each discipline…

Child Lit Book Club (Dormant)

3 members

A group of reading aloud to children adults.

Great Books of the Western World (Dormant)

12 members

Encyclopedia Britannica's version of the Western Canon. Discuss your own insights and interpretations on any of these books you have read. Learn more about this set here:…

Apocalypse Lit (Dormant)

15 members

I saw a thread on this in the YA section but no group of its own,and since I've been intrgued by it lately, I started it a group of its own. What's your favorite End of the World scenerio?

 

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