First off, welcom to the forum, hope you will stay and contribute to what must become a larger discussion in all languages.
I think you wrote to us at the ILN because your story sounds familiar.
As for books on her... besides the ones already mentioned I only know one but it is in French (maybe you speak that language is it spoken in Luxembourg) : Rosa Luxembourg, la rose rouge
written by the luxemburgist Alain Guillerm. He also wrote a book on Luxemburgism Le Luxemburgisme aujourd'hui, Rosa Luxembourg et les conseils ouvriers
If you want to know her better on the personal level, a good idea would be to read her letters. Many of them are published in French but also in English. For Xmas, I got "The letters of Rosa Luxemburg" edited by Stephen Eric Browner. It is very interesting as I can see what were her emotions and thoughts when she wrote such book as Reform or Revolution?
Finally, on texts on recent issues analyzed from a Luxemburgist perspective... some comrades are trying to build a Luxemburgist alternative to both Capitalism, mere Reformism and Leninism. Such projects, no matter how limited, tries to produce texts and analyses on recent events. Some examples :
- Alternativa Proletaria (Spain) with a bulletin
- Critique Sociale, a journal in French but not linked to any group
- Démocratie Communiste (France)
- International Luxemburgist Network (International) with the bulletin Mass Strike
in English and Spanish and soon in French
For example, I am right now working on an article on Haiti for the latter...
For a larger approach, this forum is open to all those in a general agreement with Luxemburg's idea. Its mean weaknesses is that it is mostly in Spanish and very few people are active in it (these two problems are linked, the most active users are Spanish speakers). Nevertheless the point is to have a ver large discussion with folks from any group or individually active from all over the world.
Your contribution is welcomed