In the opening sequence of director Carlos Reygadas’ latest film, the 2013 Post Tenebos Lux, a man facing an unknown existential terror screams without making a sound, a tiny child is left alone in a muddy field in a vast mountain Read on! →
Waiting for the publication of Jürg Laederach’s The Whole of Life, out now from Dalkey Archive Press, I revisited his very funny and hip 1990 Semitext(e) collection, 69 Ways to Play the Blues. Laederach is a one-time enfant terrible of Read on! →
Because we were late in arriving, because we were late in departing, because we didn’t care that we’d be late, and, above all, because those from whom we waited turned out to be ourselves, which is to say, the others, the Read on! →
Dalkey Archive Press introduced writers from Georgia and recently published books from the Library of Korean Literature. See photos on this page. Scroll down if using iPad / iPhone type of thing. View on Google+ / Picasa: London Book Fair, Read on! →
Special presentation and bilingual reading of our new title ‘Rapids’ at Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org before April 23.
Tonight, April 15, 6.30 pm. Come to Hodges Figgis Bookshop, 56-58 Dawson St. Dublin 2. Julie Feeney will launch the book with a song.
As if spinning a prayer wheel, this year’s Best European Fiction anthology once again gets rolling via a discussion of A. The Decay of Literary Culture, B. America’s Culpability In This, and C. The Scourge Of Consumerism (cf. B and Read on! →
There have been many fine books set in our capital, but this is Dublin as you’ve never seen it . . . because it doesn’t exist yet. The latest novel from broadcaster John Kelly – part-mystery, part-espionage, part-satire, very Read on! →
After two years of political hot potatoes – first China and then Turkey – this year’s “market focus” country presents a different challenge to the London Book Fair, which runs this week: who wants to read books from Korea? The Read on! →