Usona Esperantisto № 2020:2 (mar-apr)

Get the latest articles as soon as they appear


Usona Esperantisto is primarily a web publication, with new articles appearing online as soon as they’re edited. Six times per year, we take the previous two months’ worth of articles and lump them together into a PDF file for our members who prefer print.

As a result, if you read the newsletter in print (or if you wait to download the PDF file), you aren’t getting the freshest news. In fact, you may have even noticed stale announcements of past events, or deadlines that have already come and gone. If you have access to the Internet, however, you have better options:

  • As always, you can find the latest articles (and a lot of older ones, too) in our online archive, (Click Newsletter on our website) where you can also search and sort by column and author.

  • Starting in 2020 we’ve begun linking to the latest articles each day on our home page.

  • You can also get daily updates on our social media pages in Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit.

  • We have RSS feeds in our archive for new articles, for new announcements (excluding longer articles), and for new additions to our collection of back issues scanned from print.

    If you’re not familiar with RSS, it’s a great way to keep up with changes across multiple websites without having to manually visit each one of them repeatedly. You just “subscribe” to a feed in your RSS reader, and it notifies you each time a new article appears. One free and popular RSS reader you may want to try is Feedly. You can use it to stay up to date not only with Usona Esperantisto, but with your favorite newspapers and blogs, too.