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"I [wanted to] meet a woman who had read ," he said.
Now those who want to find others who are knowledgeable about the books and topics they're passionate about can do so on the site.
Though you wouldn’t know he was if you tried to find his stuff in a bookshop: most of it hasn’t been translated into English yet, alas.” Macdonald said she also launched the project to show The Omnivore could do love as well as hate after its Hatchet Job of the Year award for savage book reviews attracted international attention – this year’s gong went to journalist Camilla Long for her take-down of Rachel Cusk’s Aftermath – and because literary tastes were often more revealing than generic dating profiles.
She added that media interest in the matchmaking site so far had largely been from the US, and a State-side expansion could now be on the cards.
Anyone wanting to be a pin-up has to answer a series of questions: the sexiest book they have ever read, which author they have a crush on and what they’re reading next.
Curious browsers are invited to email and ask for a date.
Over the past several years the online dating landscape changed dramatically, which is due in large part to the proliferation of free online dating sites for every region, area of interest, and type of relationship sought.
Bibliophiles already like to gather — just think of the number of book clubs in the U. — and it makes sense that they'd want to date each another, too.