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Windy Arbours

In addition to his novels and stories, Aidan Higgins—one of Ireland’s most respected contemporary writers—has written a large body of criticism. Windy Arbours includes pieces written between 1970-1990 and is the first collection of his… Read on! →

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Windy Arbours

In addition to his novels and stories, Aidan Higgins—one of Ireland’s most respected contemporary writers—has written a large body of criticism. Windy Arbours includes pieces written between 1970-1990 and is the first collection of his… Read on! →

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Stories and Essays of Mina Loy

Stories and Essays of Mina Loy is the first book-length volume of Mina Loy’s narrative writings and critical work ever published. This volume brings together her short fiction, as well as hybrid works. Read on! →

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Ryder

When it was first published in 1928, Djuna Barnes’s Ryder, a bawdy mock-Elizabethan chronicle of a family very much like her own, was described in the Saturday Review as “the most amazing book ever written by a woman.” Read on! →

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Nightwood

The version of Nightwood published in 1936 and revered ever since both as a classic modernist work and a ground-breaking lesbian novel differs in many respects from the book Djuna Barnes actually wrote. Unable to find a publisher for her earlier, more… Read on! →

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Ladies Almanack

“Now this be a Tale of as fine a Wench as ever wet Bed . . . Thus begins this Almanack, which all Ladies should carry about with them, as the Priest his Breviary, as the Cook his Recipes, as the Doctor his Physic, as the Bride her Fears, and as the… Read on! →

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Century 21

Century 21, a time machine in literary form, ignores the unity of time, space, and character. This tragicomical idyll of the future past mixes ancient and modern genres: Platonic dialogue and nineteenth-century romance, reportage and science… Read on! →

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Century 21

Century 21, a time machine in literary form, ignores the unity of time, space, and character. This tragicomical idyll of the future past mixes ancient and modern genres: Platonic dialogue and nineteenth-century romance, reportage and science… Read on! →