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Round 3 of the Sharethreads
Bibliotik is currently on a freeleach for 20 more hours, so make a request (for things that aren't available elsewhere, like libgen or bookzz) and maybe someone can help you. If you have anything to share then feel free.
Check 4ch.be (the warosu replacement) when either of those go down.
The previous thread had NYRB, Dalkey Archive, Pushkin Archive and Oxford World Classics mass-torrents, among other things. If you're new to torrents, try reading the sticky on /t/ and /g/. /g/ also has many threads related to torrents, such as ongoing PTG (private tracker general) and the QTDDTOT (assuming the posters are feeling generous)
Drafting a new /lit/ sticky
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/lit/ could use a new sticky, so let's create one.
A good sticky is short; ideally only a few lines containing the basic ground rules for the board and a handful of helpful links to guides and other resources. An eye-catching image is essential, and ideally you'd want something that embodies the spirit & culture of the board.
I'll present a first draft in this thread as a starting point, then people can make suggestions and offer criticism. After a few hours I'll post a new draft incorporating some of the changes that posters have suggested, and let people have another opportunity to make suggestions. Once we have a final draft for the sticky, I'll post it as a separate thread and leave this thread open for a while just in case there are any typos/errors or any last minute suggestions.
Please try to be constructive, and try to keep arguments and off-topic posts to a minimum, please.
Welcome to /lit/
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/lit/ is for the discussion of literature, specifically books (fiction & non-fiction), short stories, poetry, creative writing, etc. If you want to discuss history, religion, or the humanities, go to /his/. If you want to discuss politics, go to /pol/. Philosophical discussion can go on either /lit/ or /his/, but ideally those discussions of philosophy that take place on /lit/ should be based around specific philosophical works to which posters can refer.
Check the wiki, the catalog, and the archive before asking for advice or recommendations, and please refrain from starting new threads for questions that can be answered by a search engine.
/lit/ is a slow board! Please take the time to read what others have written, and try to make thoughtful, well-written posts of your own. Bump replies are not necessary.
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Guide to #bookz