- Columbia University Press has a post up from translator Esther Allen in honor of WITMonth, profiling early woman translator Eleanor Marx
- Bentobox Magazine has an on-point review of Yoko Ogawa's Revenge
- Paper Republic has been publishing free short stories by Chinese women writers all throughout WITMonth
- Flavorwire has written up a list of 22 women writers in translation they feel every reader ought to know
- Loads of bloggers have been actively involved in WITMonth, over at: roughghosts, the Book Binder's Daughter, Winston's Dad, David's Book World, the Globally Curious, Kaggsy's Bookish Ramblings, Emerald City Book Review, Eiger Moench & Jungfrau, 1streading, the Writes of Woman, From First Page to Last, BookSexy Review, HeavenAli, JaquiWine, My Carved Words, and so many others I can't list here! (Or don't yet know about, feel free to say hi!)
And as always... #WITMonth on Twitter is active as ever, join us as we wrap up the month!