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! →
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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! →
This time in the Sydney Morning Herald! You can read the full review here.
David Wilk interviews Dalkey Founder and Publisher on its past, present, and future. To listen to the interview, you can go here.
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Neil Murphy, editor of Aidan Higgins: The Fragility of Form and of the revised edition of Balcony of Europe, challenges lazy assessments of the late author’s work here
With great sadness we announce the death of our friend and author aged 88. With him, our publishing house loses one of its most important authors and who was described by The Times Literary Supplement as “a missing link between Read on! →
You can see the full review in the Irish Times here
Congratulations to Patrick Boltshauser for the nomination of his novel Rapids to the longlist for the International Dublin Literary Award, formerly known as IMPAC. To see the complete list of nominations, please click here.