“Something extraordinary — something out of this world.” You can read the full review here.
“Battersby offers us an entertaining ride with an extraordinary narrator who is both eagle-eyed onlooker and the main act.” You can read the full article here.
Read the piece online at The Bookseller.
In dear remembrance of Nicholas Mosley, Dalkey Archive is offering this interview in entirety for the first time on the internet. You will find an excerpt below, and can read the full interview here. A Conversation with Nicholas Mosley By Read on! →
It is with great sorrow that we report that Nicholas Mosley died this afternoon. Continuing to write and oversee its publication-in-progress up until very recently, he will be very much missed by current and past staff at Dalkey Archive who Read on! →
Dalkey author, Tom O’Neill, was interviewed about his novel, GRATTAN AND ME, on ARENA at RTE Radio on February 21st. You can listen to the archived program online here, beginning at the 21-minute mark.
Harry Mathews, the author, poet, and translator, passed away yesterday in Key West, Florida, at the age of eighty-six. He is survived by his two children and his wife, the novelist Marie Chaix. Mathews was born in New York Read on! →
On COLLECTED PLAYS: “But Healy’s ear for colloquial catchphrases is spot-on, whether it is unemployed Irish labourers in London, teenagers at a disco in Crossmolina, or young offenders exchanging repartee from separate prison cells. He conveys a zest for the Read on! →
SLIPPING [STARRED REVIEW!] Author: John Toomey Review Issue Date: February 1, 2017Online Publish Date: January 23, 2017Publisher:Dalkey Archive Pages: 150 Price ( Paperback ): $15.00 Publication Date: March 24, 2017ISBN ( Paperback ): 978-1-62897-171-2 Category: Fiction The Rashomon effect is at work in this anatomy of a Read on! →
REYoung’s Margarito and the Snowman chief among them: “Turbo-charged lunacy, first-class wordplay, and a dangerously unhinged comic style blasts this insanely incoherent performance into the realm of the essential.” You can read the full review of MATS and several other Dalkey books Read on! →