We are sad to announce the recent deaths of the esteemed authors Michel Butor and Ignacio Padilla. Michel Butor was born September 14th, 1926 near Lille in northern France. He studied philosophy and literature at the Sorbonne before traveling Read on! →
ATTENTION TRANSLATORS: Dalkey Archive Press is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions of recent or forthcoming short stories and stand-alone novel extracts by European authors for Best European Fiction 2018. We are looking for translations from Read on! →
Dalkey Archive is seeking a team of 3 interns to intensely read manuscripts, write reader reports, and make recommendations. Please see our complete listing on our jobs page if you’re interested!
Dalkey Archive Press is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions of recent or forthcoming European short stories and stand-alone novel extracts for Best European Fiction 2017. We are looking for translations from all the countries that represent Read on! →
“This year’s Lavrinova Diploma award, conferred by the Slovenian Literary Translators’ Association for major contributions in the transfer of Slovenian literature to other nations, will go to US translator and Slovenian language professor Michael Biggins. The association has said it Read on! →
Austin was Adjunct Professor in the Department of Arts at Columbia University, New York, and taught playwriting there for almost half a century. Among the translations from Finnish into English he made – together with his wife Aili Flint – Read on! →
This collection of Barth's short fiction is a landmark event, bringing together all of his previous collections with a few new stories. Its occasion helps readers assess a remarkable lifetime's work and represents an important chapter in the history of American literature.
“… relocation to UHV will establish the press with a university that can best help the organization achieve permanence on the American and international literary scene. The relocation also will foster the organization’s educational mission to preserve its exceptional literary Read on! →