>It's not just the Lib Dem Blogosphere - in 15 articles in the Total Bollocks guide, 2 have been written by women. That can't be right. Serious question. How far off the representative proportion is 2 out of 15 in real stats? Can you quote the figure for sites listed in LibDemBlogs, for example (I'll be thrown by not knowing everyone). What should the number be? Does there need to be a quota? Before I get roasted, I'd probably look for 4 or 5 not 2. Matt
The 2009 edition is out, including a chapter from myself on the future of British political blogging and also a chapter from my Lib Dem Voice colleague Stephen Tall on the state of the Liberal Democrat blogosphere. Liberal Democrat bloggers Mark Thompson and Stephen Glenn also have their own pieces.
It includes extensive listings of political blogs broken down into different political categories.
Although some of the individual ratings inevitably raise eyebrows, flicking through the lists is a good way of stumbling across blogs that are new to you – and especially those that don’t fall into your own usual political and reading comfort zones.
You can buy a copy of The Total Politics Guide to Political Blogging in the UK 2009-2010 from Amazon.