Maya Jaggi reviews twenty-five years of Georgian Literature, including Dalkey writers including Mikheil Javakhishvili and Lasha Bugadze. Please see the complete review here.
There will be a launch for Dumitru Tsepeneag’s Bulgarian Truck on April 12 at 7pm at the Waterstone’s in Piccadilly Circus. For more information, please click here
Dalkey Archive is seeking a team of 3 interns to intensely read manuscripts, write reader reports, and make recommendations. Please see our complete listing on our jobs page if you’re interested!
THE BULGARIAN TRUCK by Dumitru Tspeneag is “dazzling,” says The Irish Times. Read the full review here.
Ishmael Reed will receive the 2016 Career Prize from the “Premio Alberto Dubito di Poesia e Poesia con musica” (“Alberto Dubito Award for Poetry and Music Poetry”), in Venice, Italy on May 19th, 2016 at the University of Ca’ Foscari. The Read on! →
The Press is now offering a fellowship in book marketing. If you are interested in how books are marketed to consumers, reviewers, and bookstores, this is an excellent opportunity to get into the field. Please visit our jobs page here.
at the New York Journal of Books. You can read the full review here.
Orly Castel-Bloom, the author of the Press’s Dolly City, won the Sapir Prize, the equivalent of the Man Booker Prize in Israel. The novel which won the award, An Egyptian Novel, will be forthcoming from Dalkey Archive. You can read more about Read on! →
Due to technical difficulties, the deadline for applying for Certificate in Applied Literary Translation has been extended to March 3, 11:59 Central Standard Time. For details concerning applying, visit: http://www.dalkeyarchive.com/applied-literary-translation/ If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Reviewed by Sam Sacks. Full text here: Australian writer Jack Cox’s frisky and disorienting debut “Dodge Rose” (Dalkey Archive, 201 pages, $16) is part legal satire and part mash note to James Joyce. Following the death of shut-in Dodge Rose, Read on! →