In 2015, the editorial team of CLH will continue to grow, and to add new and positive achievements to its intercultural reputation. It was not easy, in 2008-2009, to start from scratch such a megalithic work, and it is not easy even now, but with the solidarity of our contributors and friends, and constantly directed by our belief that what we have to do together is a good and useful contribution to local and global contemporary culture, we have a real chance always to be more valuable and more appreciated for what we have done - as well as for what we will do. In this New Year, we want to offer to our readers new and better issues of CLH. We will continue to promote interesting authors from different countries of the world in order to reconfirm and to sustain our goal regarding a cultural unity in diversity. Our multilingual versions will be more accurate. Similarly, the editorial and the graphic layout of the journal will be better. In April 2015, there will be a new “Intercultural Spring”, organized by CLH in collaboration with the National Museum of Romanian Literature in Bucharest. If this goes to plan, it will be a good opportunity to present a number of books from “Bibliotheca Universalis” with the direct participation of some of the authors. Doubtless there are valuable books and talented writers, who must become better known by our public, our cultural institutions and publishing houses.
We cannot conclude this short presentation, without expressing once again our gratitude to our contributors and friends from the EU, US, Latin America, India, and Africa - these brave promoters of our intercultural project. Special thanks to our translators from the University of Bucharest and from all over the world! From editorial reasons, their names are not mentioned here, but will be all included, in alphabetical order, in CLH 6 (44)/ 2014, in a place of honour. For all our friends, contributors, authors and readers, we have this cordial and very special greeting: Happy New Intercultural Year 2015! Together we are a force able to bring the entire world together in a journal, in a library, in a global intercultural project.