“It's not a matter of any single genre unavailable in anglophone literature (although Polish literature has a strong trend of so-called "clerical fiction" - sf-f stories based on various religious dilemmas).”
“I know how much young people love mangas (not only in anglophone countries.”
“Unlike those who constantly sound alarms about the so-called anglophone or immigrant menace, we fully trust that Quebeckers have the capacity to take their language and culture into the future.”
“The "missing out on" - bit is definitely not just an anglophone problem.”
“But, that doesn't detract from the fact that there is this whole wealth of writing that the anglophone reader is missing out on.”
“Q: What is going on right now in the international sf/f scene that anglophone readers might be missing out on?”
“I don't think it's so much that something specific is going on right now in the international sf/f scene that anglophone readers are missing but that there is an immense non-English-language scene that is being missed out on.”
“Since I'm really not much closer to the international scene than anglophone readers, except for the quite small niche of Finnish sf, I'll talk about that a bit.”
“Most of this work is very derivative of popular modern anglophone juvenile sf and fantasy, but several of the writers have the potential to eventually transcend this and write more original stories.”
“Jane Austen's work, in contrast, has a very anglophone appeal.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘anglophone’.
Compare with "phono-, phon-, -phony"
(a list specifically "relating to sound") by hap_e_wordnik.
I'm just phoning it in these days (obviously).
Looking for tweets for anglophone.