Nothing will do justice to Eileen Battersby If you’ve been in the book world for the past few decades—even beyond Elieen’s home base of Ireland—you could not escape the singular brilliance of critic Eileen Battersby. Eileen died in an auto Read on! →
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Dalkey Archive Press is pleased to announce that three of the Finalists for the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute 2018 Translation Prize are graduates of Dalkey Archive’s Applied Literary Translation Program. Finalists Erik Kurtzke, Allen Young, and Brendan Riley were shortlisted Read on! →
The book’s most affecting passages are its meandering digressions into Catalan history, its inscriptions of personal cartographies; within an architectonic structure lie remarkable set-pieces on the city’s topography, whose details accrue like blueprints for memory itself. Read J. S. Tennant’s Read on! →
Yushiko Ushioda’s memoir, CARING FOR JAPANESE ARTS AT THE CHESTER BEATTY LIBRARY, recently received reviews from The Irish Times and RTE.
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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! →