. . . And Dalkey author Micheline Aharonian Marcom include as well! The art historian Terry Pitts . . . selects a number of authors and books that seem to offer the most interesting variations on the literary legacy of the Read on! →
We are sad to say that one of our authors, Tomaž Šalamun, died in Ljubljana Saturday at the age of 73. Šalamun was one of the most prolific Slovenian poets. Over his career, he published almost 50 poetry collections. Early Read on! →
Dalkey Archive Press seeks 2 entry-level openings for highly motivated, results-oriented people who seek challenging work in a nonprofit literary press. Specific duties will include serving as assistants in marketing, fundraising, editorial, and office management. We seek people who are Read on! →
Dalkey Archive author Jon Fosse wins European Prize for Literature!
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I arrived on this island behind an island, according to the lapidary formula of George Bernard Shaw, almost at the same time as the three envoys of the Troika in September 2010. The context, course and horizon of my stay Read on! →
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God often plays an outsized role in science fiction, if only by not showing up. In H. G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds, for example, the narrator encounters a deranged curate—that’s an assistant to an Anglican priest—in the turmoil Read on! →