A Subforum for Discussing Radical Lit

Submitted by RedEmmaSpeaks in meta

I clicked through the list of all the threads. I was hoping to find one that could serve as something of a discussion on radical literature--novels, short stories, and nonfiction, of course--a sort of Rad Lit Book Club, but I couldn't find anything. I can't be the only one who thinks that kind of subforum would be a good idea, where we can talk about how Book X depicts fascism or anarchism, where it succeeds and fails in its efforts. Then again, I was an English Major, so I may be biased.


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Tequila_Wolf wrote

I think for the most part book discussion has gone to f/books. Marking them for [DISCUSSION] usually gets people at least to engage with the body of the post.

That said, if you wanted to create and start sending content to a new forum for conversation that'd be cool!

We did have the f/readingclub which is kinda related, but that's in hibernation.


RedEmmaSpeaks wrote

Hey, thanks. I might use on of those places, rather than go to the trouble of creating a new one.