We are pleased to announce that, on November 20, 2017, Ishmael Reed will be presented with a Special Pioneer Award at the 45th Annual Vivian Robinson Audelco Award Ceremony for Excellence in Black Theatre. Congratulations to Mr. Reed. You can Read on! →
In collaboration with author, Andrew Colarusso, Dalkey Archive Press is pleased to announce that proceeds from THE SOVEREIGN will go to ISER (Institute for Socio-Ecological Research) Caribe, a non-profit organization coordinating efforts to install water filtration units in areas of Read on! →
“[One] of Ní Dhuibhne’s many gifts is her ability to make the old stories new and fresh.” Read the full review by Martina Evans online at The Irish Times.
“What gives this novel its power is not the literal subject matter of the book, which often threatens to overtake the prose in its tedium, but instead the artful language that invites us to meditate conceptually on the simple life Read on! →
The most overused epithet for an underrated writer is that she is a writer’s writer; that is to say that only other writers would be interested in her work for their own obscure and crafty reasons. Éilís Ní Dhuibhne’s work Read on! →
We are pleased to announce that the Jabuti Prize committee has selected João Almino’s ENIGMAS OF SPRING (translated by Rhett McNeil) as one of the ten best Brazilian books in translation! http://premiojabuti.com.br/apuracao/f1/
Dalkey author and poet, Mark Tardi, has been busy promoting his new release, THE CIRCUS OF TRUST. Attend one of his final four U.S. events, listed below. September 26 Poetry Reading & Book Signing Open Books – Seattle, WA September 28 Poetry Read on! →
“A master of the short story gives us a clearer view of Ireland down the ages” You can read the full review here.
“It’s among the most powerful and funny American novels I know.” This review is part of Garner’s “American Beauties” column where he “writes about undersung American books of the past 75 years.” You can read the review here.
“The Part of Me That Isn’t Broken Inside depicts with unwavering attention the life of his tarnished protagonist and his all-too-familiar nihilist tendencies.” You can see the full review here.