John F. Byrne Literature Series

THE JOHN F. BYRNE LITERATURE SERIES is made possible through a generous contribution by an anonymous individual. This contribution will allow Dalkey Archive Press to publish one book per year in this series.

Born and raised in Chicago, John F. Byrne was an educator and critic who helped to found the Review of Contemporary Fiction and was also an editor for Dalkey Archive Press. Although his primary interest was Victorian literature, he spent much of his career teaching modern literature, especially such Irish writers as James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, and Flann O’Brien. He died in 1998, but his influence on both the Review and Dalkey Archive Press will be lasting.

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