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Once you have learned Esperanto and can read it fluently, there are many hundreds of books and many thousands of web sites available for you to read: So Many Ways to Learn Esperanto

Free books

Some free eBooks in Esperanto are available from Project Gutenburg and from Bretaro.net.
UEA has the most wide-ranging book service (a href=”http://katalogo.uea.org” target=”_blank”>http://katalogo.uea.org/). Books, disks etc can be ordered directly from UEA.

New Zealanders who want to order Esperanto magazines can contact us.

Social networking

Esperantists can be found on many social networking sites, e.g. Facebook and Ipernity.

Reference material

Resources for advanced Esperanto speakers include:

  • La Nova Plena Ilustrita Vortaro de Esperanto, 2005, the most extensive, authoritative Esperanto-only dictionary, available in printed form and consultable on the net at NPIV.
  • Plena Manlibro de Esperanto-Gramatiko by Bertilo Wennergren, on the grammar of Esperanto (available in either printed form or on the Internet).
  • Reta Vortaro, an on-line multilingual dictionary.

Current affairs

The current affairs magazine Monato currently has 100 contributors in 45 countries around the world.
Flandra Esperanto-Ligo has an excellent bookshop online at Retbutiko.

Contribute to Esperanto

For those who want to contribute to the progress of Esperanto there are many avenues open. You can write articles for various Esperanto magazines and on-line projects: e.g.
Further sites are listed on Esperanto.net.

There are many opportunities in Open Source Software, translating user interfaces into Esperanto, e.g.