Yushiko Ushioda’s memoir, CARING FOR JAPANESE ARTS AT THE CHESTER BEATTY LIBRARY, recently received reviews from The Irish Times and RTE.
Dalkey Scholarly Series—note from the Publisher Just over ten years ago, it seemed that the days of the scholarly monograph were over. But so were a number of other days. One of those that got the ax was books on Read on! →
Michal Ajvaz has been invited by American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages to take part in the conference in Washington DC within the panel devoted to artificial languages in Czech literature. Two lectures will be given Read on! →
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From Malvern Books: Join us for another installment of Novel Night, a monthly celebration of all things prose! Here’s how it works: published authors will read from their books and there’ll be an audience Q & A. And we’ll also Read on! →
We are saddened to announce that Paul Otchakovsky-Laurens died in a car crash in the French Antilles. This is a blow to all of the writers that POL publishes from their headquarters in Paris, and to literature worldwide. Dalkey Archive Publisher, Read on! →
In the Irish Independent, Martina Devlin picks Best European Fiction 2018 as one of her books of the year: “Best European Fiction 2018 is an intriguing collection of short stories from across Europe . . . Some have a meditative quality, some a sly humour, Read on! →
“Now in its ninth year, this dependable anthology of short stories from the always innovative Dalkey Archive Press provides a handy vade mecum for a journey through European fiction. […] The multifarious European voices on show here insist we take notice, Read on! →
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It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of William H. Gass, a brilliant novelist, a consummate prose stylist, a beloved professor, and a longtime friend of Dalkey Archive Press. Born in Fargo, North Dakota, in 1924, Gass Read on! →