On June 3rd, St Anne’s College will be running Oxford Translation Day, a celebration of literary translation consisting of workshops and talks throughout the day at St Anne’s and around the city, culminating in the award of the Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Read on! →
“Recounting provides an illuminating account of the political ferment in Catalonia during the Spanish Civil War, as well as showing us the philosophical development of the tale’s fearless protagonist. Brendan Riley’s translation is fluid and engaging . . .” Read the full Read on! →
Read the excerpt of “5creenstars” online.
ATTENTION TRANSLATORS: Dalkey Archive Press is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions of recent or forthcoming short stories and stand-alone novel extracts by European authors for Best European Fiction 2019. We are looking for translations from all Read on! →
Joe Milazzo of Entropy conducted an interview with NOVEMBER author, Christopher Woodall, through February to March 2017. Read his introduction below and enjoy the full interview online at Entropy. Christopher Woodall’s November (Dalkey Archive) is a big book. I knew that going in, and, Read on! →
“Battersby is a subtle and convincing psychologist, not just for human beings but also for these one-ton gods in our midst: horses, and for those creatures that have evolved in step with us: dogs. Her people are good, too.” Read Read on! →
BOOK LAUNCH for Alannah Hopkin’s THE DOGS OF INISHERE Tuesday, April 18th – 20:30-21:30 Cork City Library Free, Public Event Event Details RSVP on our Facebook page CORK WORLD BOOK FEST: Eileen Battersby in conversation with Eibhear Walshe Saturday, Read on! →
“Perhaps most appealing about the novel is the incidental color, the glimpses especially of Soviet times and the effects of local conditions on the characters, as well as then attitudes in the new times. Secondary characters like Enn’s former sister-in-law, Read on! →
“In this darkly humorous novel, therefore, Toomey forces the reader to reflect on the idea of slipping. Is it the unconscious process of losing one’s footing unintentionally, or more about moving quickly and quietly without attracting notice?” You can read Read on! →
“A graphic, grungy tale of addiction and consequences.” Read the full review here.