2 thoughts on “images up on elinor.nu

  1. nick

    The site looks great, Jill. I wonder if there is arts council- or cultural services-style funding available anywhere for the translation of Nordic e-lit into English? Note that the Cultural Services of the French Embassy already recognizes video games as within their scope.

  2. Jill

    Thanks, nick! I think there is funding for translation, but that it’s locked up so only print publishers cna apply for it. Might look into that some more, though.

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