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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! →
“. . . while reading it, one can’t shake the feeling of a gifted writer intent on seeing what he can get away with and then fudging in a plot around the fun parts. Which isn’t to say that the novel’s Read on! →
“Bodies of Summer is a worthwhile and considerate take on the failure of technology to liberate us. A relevant and thoughtful debut from the up-and-coming Latin American author.” Read the full review online at The Irish Times.
“…quintessentially Irish and a spectacular riot of a read.” Read the full review online at The Irish Times.
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.
“I’m an Old Commie! is a genial little novel, offering a good glimpse of life in communist Romania, as well as being a plausible case-study of the toll on a representative individual as the radical transition to would-be capitalist would-be democracy Read on! →
This is the eighth in the annual series of European fiction in translation. The standard ranges from very good to so-so, with narrative approaches ranging from the traditional to the experimental. Czech writer Jiri Hajicek’s Lion Cubs is mainly a dialogue between Read on! →
I was asked where Grattan and Me came from. I still have to think about that a bit. The writing influences are many. … I took the liberty of adding a couple of extra layers. Narrator, foreword writer, inner editor, and others Read on! →