People

    Ian J. Battaglia

    Ian
    J.
    Battaglia

    Writer

    Ian J. Battaglia is a writer and photographer based out of Chicago. He is one of the editors of The Chicago Review of Books, and his work has appeared in The LA Review of Books, Input Magazine, The Kenyon Review, and Chicago Reader, among others. He is currently working on a novel. He loves Japanese culture and learning more about the language! Follow him on Twitter <a href="https://www.twitter.com/IanJBattaglia">@IanJBattaglia.</a>

    8 Art/Photography Published

    2022-08-09 A Review of Bunpro
    2022-07-26 A Review of Anki
    2022-06-07 A Review of JapanesePod101.com
    2022-05-24 A Review of the Japanese Phonetics Course by Dōgen
    2022-02-22 A Review of Yotsuba&!
    2022-02-10 A Review of the HelloTalk App
    2021-11-23 Todai Easy Japanese News App
    2021-11-11 A Review of "Quartet: Intermediate Japanese Across the Four Language Skills vol. 1"

    19 Articles Published

    2022-09-30 New Japanese Learning Resources: Fall 2022
    2022-09-13 The Best Japanese Language Learning Podcasts for Intermediate Learners
    2022-09-06 The Best Japanese Language Learning Podcasts for Beginners
    2022-08-16 How to Language Exchange Successfully
    2022-08-09 A Review of Bunpro
    2022-07-26 A Review of Anki
    2022-06-30 New Japanese Learning Resources: Summer 2022
    2022-06-07 A Review of JapanesePod101.com
    2022-05-24 A Review of the Japanese Phonetics Course by Dōgen
    2022-05-03 Japanese Graded Readers: A Primer
    2022-04-19 Japanese Grammar YouTube Channels for Beginners
    2022-04-05 How and Why to Find a Japanese Tutor: A Practical Guide
    2022-03-31 New Japanese Learning Resources: Spring 2022
    2022-02-22 A Review of Yotsuba&!
    2022-02-10 A Review of the HelloTalk App
    2021-12-28 New Japanese Learning Resources: Winter 2021
    2021-11-23 Todai Easy Japanese News App
    2021-11-11 A Review of "Quartet: Intermediate Japanese Across the Four Language Skills vol. 1"
    2021-09-28 New Japanese Learning Resources: Fall 2021