Joseph Schreiber has published a review of Agnomia by Róbert Gál on his blog roughghosts. Follow the link to read more! The result is an meandering prose poem, regularly folding back on itself as if to take stock of its Read on! →
It is a testament to the skill of all four of the translators that they have preserved the nuances, subtleties, and illocutionary force of their respective source texts. This has not been achieved by linguistic competence alone, but also says Read on! →
Jackie Law reviews?Mothers and Daughters written by Vedrana Rudan, translated by Will Firth. Thought provoking and fearless, this is reading to challenge societal expectations of adult daughters, whose back stories cannot be assumed. Read Law’s full review online at?Bookmunch.
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.
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, lottery apps download Read on! →
[IN SEARCH OF THE GRAIL] is a free-wheeling, multi-layered, open-ended patchwork piece — indeed, one that allows for (or already exists in ?) many variations, as one of the characters …?an interesting novel of the times — and a fun, Read on! →
“Evasive, challenging, and resistant to anything formulaic or predictable, Maya Vidmar is clearly one of the finest European poets writing at present, as evidenced by this very satisfactory selection.” Read the full review of Maja Vidmar’s THE GIFT OF DELAY Read on! →
“Forget the conventions of literature, the man’s story spills out without apparent revision, demotic, raw, tormented.” To read the full review, visit RTE’s website.