Dalkey Scholarly Series—note from the Publisher Just over ten years ago, it seemed that the days of the scholarly monograph were over. But so were a number of other days. One of those that got the ax was books on Read on! →
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We are saddened to announce that Paul Otchakovsky-Laurens died in a car crash in the French Antilles. This is a blow to all of the writers that POL publishes from their headquarters in Paris, and to literature worldwide. Dalkey Archive Publisher, Read on! →
In the Irish Independent, Martina Devlin picks Best European Fiction 2018 as one of her books of the year: “Best European Fiction 2018 is an intriguing collection of short stories from across Europe . . . Some have a meditative quality, some a sly humour, Read on! →
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João Almino’s Enigmas of Spring was among the winners of a Jabuti award this week in São Paulo for Brazilian books published in translation outside of Brazil. This is the first year the prize’s organizers, the Brazilian Book Chamber, has opened Read on! →
We are saddened to announce that Nick Wadley died recently. Nick was both an author of and friend to the Press. In his life, Nick was a man who was passionate about his diverse interests. He taught art history at Chelsea Read on! →
We are saddened to report that Charles Harris passed away yesterday. His vision of creating a critical mass in the early 1990’s is what brought Dalkey to Illinois State University, where Curtis White and Cecile Giscombe already were. Soon we Read on! →
“A master of the short story gives us a clearer view of Ireland down the ages” You can read the full review here.
“It’s among the most powerful and funny American novels I know.” This review is part of Garner’s “American Beauties” column where he “writes about undersung American books of the past 75 years.” You can read the review here.