About Biblibio and Review Policy

Biblibio is not a review blog. What does that mean? It means that the humble figure behind the veil sees the purpose of this blog as discussing a life in books in general, not only through reviews (though obviously somewhat). Bibli - book. Bio - life. This is a life in letters.

This blog may be used as a hub for information about the women in translation project and WITMonth, which I founded and manage. Further information and ideas can be found at my twitter account. Feel free to email any thoughts or discussions to biblibio [at] gmail [dot] com, though note that I do not check that account daily.

My literary interests span world literature, science fiction, historical fiction, fantasy, contemporary fiction, historical nonfiction, scientific nonfiction, feminist literature, and YA/children's literature. I'll pretty much read anything other than explicit horror, though I'm also not a huge fan of pure thrillers, mysteries, or romance. I am not currently soliciting books for review due to limited time/resources to commit to reviewing them within a reasonable time-frame.

In my day-to-day life, you can find me at the lab, probably murdering yeast cells, singing pop music very loudly, and yelling at the computer.


  1. Hi there, are you planning to run women in translation month again in 2016? I'm trying to put a list together of various challenges and would be happy to include it

    1. Quiet as this blog has been of late, yes, I am in all likelihood going to host WITMonth in 2016 as well (and it will almost positively be in August again)! I expect to announce and discuss the more specific goals at a later stage, but the gist is there. Thank you for your interest and support!

  2. I'm really interested in knowing how you compile your statistics around your own reading patterns. And also for the Women in Translation analysis. Great blog by the way! Weezelle at wordsandleaves.com


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