Well, that's it then... the end of the official Women In Translation Month readalong.
But it is most definitely not the end of reading women in translation.
This month, thanks to Meytal's initiative in getting the project underway 3 years ago, and keeping stats on the numbers when it comes to women and the world of translation, I've discovered a plethora of new titles to read next. And I've also discovered some amazing new bloggers who are going to be so much fun to follow from now on.
Here are just a few of the titles I'd like to pick up soon:
Grand Hotel by Vicki Baum (reviewed at JacquiWine's Journal)
Subtly Worded by Teffi (reviewed at Kaggsy's Bookish Ramblings)
The Vegetarian by Han Kang (reviewed at Biblibio) -- just one more reason to read this!
The Queue by Basma Abdel Aziz (reviewed at Shiny New Books)
Baba Dunja's Last Love by Alina Bronsky (reviewed at The Writes of Woman)
A True Novel by Minae Mizumura (reviewed at Tony's Reading List)
And here are a few of the titles I already have handy, ones I'd considered reading this month, from my own shelves and from my local library. I'll never go short-handed when it comes to books!