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I'd like to interact with other Esperanto speakers (preferably in Esperanto) about literature. I already know about the Literatura Babilejo on Telegram and the Duolingo Esperanto Learners Facebook group. Where else can I find other Esperanto book worms?

  • I have written 16 articles in Esperanto, 2 of which I would count as addressing your request: “Ĝenaj Ĝemeloj: Wodehouse kaj Roosevelt” and “La Lingvo-Bariero kiel Beletra Rimedo”. The articles are available at: public-domain-materials.com/… – Mike Jones Oct 28 '16 at 23:46
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The Facebook group Literatura Babilejo has 340 members, who publish posts and comments about Esperanto literature every day. Multiple active members of this group are themselves authors of Esperanto literature.

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  • That sounds exactly like what I've been looking for! – Charlotte SL Aug 31 '16 at 16:40
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There is Goodreads, where the is an Esperanto group: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/10231-esperanto The discussion isn't very active, but there is a common "bookshelf" where one can see what others add to the group as Esperanto reading material. There are also at least three list with "best books" with Esperanto-related content.

There is also a group on Librarything: https://www.librarything.com/groups/esperanto Librarything is a site where people catalogue their "libraries".

I just read about the recurring "Esperanto sumoo, a reading event that occurs a few times a year. It also seems to have meet-ups from time to time. It seems to be an ideal location to interact with other readers - physically.

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There is a Facebook group- "Cxu vi skajpemas" https://www.facebook.com/groups/skajpanoj. If you write about your interests there, there will be someone who wants to chat and shares them. I do not know about any other way, so I would be curious what other people will say :)

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