This yearly event has been going on for about four years, according to its creator on Biblibio. I especially loved her recent WITMonth post to Rethink PC. I have this problem with people too. Check out her post, its’ brilliant.
Here are some bloggers celebrating WIT Month this year!
Biblibio: WITMonth Day 1
The Book Satchel: 13 Books by Women Writers to add to your 2017 Reading List for #WITMonth
Based on a True Story: Women in Translation Month TBR
Translationista: Women in Translation Month 2017
Women in Translation: A Complete Guide to WIT Month 2017
My Book Strings: WIT Month 1
The Blank Garden: Women in Translation Month 2017
The Borrowed Bookshelf: Introducing the Women in Translation Month BINGO Challenge
Strange Bookfellows: #WITMONTH Review
Lizzy’s Literary Life: #WITmonth (Books read August 2016-July 2017)
The Book Binder’s Daughter: Love Has Finally Arrived: My Translation of Sulpicia
Rough Ghosts: Some suggestions and my goal for this year
Albertine: Women in Translation Month
Most of these posts by include TBRs or recommendation lists, but there are a few lists on Goodreads too to help you decide if you to join the celebration and what book or books to do it with. They are Women in Translation, 22 Female Authors to Read in Translation, and Women Writers from Central & Eastern Europe in English Translation.