New Writing from Korea Launched in October 2008, New Writing from Korea is an English language serial publication of Korean short stories. As a result of thorough discussions and considerable effort on the part of the selection and editing committees consisting of critics, translators, and academics, it represents the latest trends in Korean literature.
A Greater Music Collection : Free E-books for members of the Library
Near the beginning of A Greater Music, the narrator, a young Korean writer, falls into an icy river in the Berlin suburbs, where she's been housesitting for her on-off boyfriend Joachim. This sets into motion a series of memories about life in Berlin, about literature, language, music, and the tragic love affair she with her female German teacher named M.
Classical Writings of Korean Women Collection :
This work is a collection of essays travelogues written by women during the Joseon Dynasty(1392-1910). The work ranges from a eulogy for a broken needle to a travelogue describing various trips to scenic spots on the Korean peninsula, including to the Keum-Gang Mountains. Now available in English, this collection gives us a sampler of pre-modern women’s literature of Korea.