American novelist Siri Hustvedt on Edy Poppy’s debut novel?Anatomy. Monotony. during an interview at the Norwegian Consulate in NY last week: “Edy Poppy’s Anatomy, Monotony is a devilish hybrid. Part autofiction, part literary, cinematic, and musical dance of allusions, and Read on! →
A Well-deserved Celebration of a Spectacular Life Chester Beatty Library, Dublin – Friends of Dalkey Archive Press and members of the Japanese community came together last Friday, 2nd of February 2018, to celebrate Yoshiko Ushioda’s beautiful memoir about a life Read on! →
We’re very glad to see Christine Montalbetti’s?American Journal?and Edy Poppy’s?Anatomy. Montony. spotlighted on M. Bartley Seigel’s Words Without Borders’ recent “watchlist.”
Visit Words Without Borders online to read an exclusive excerpt of?Muharem Bazdulj’s TRANSIT COMET ECLIPSE, available for purchase?today.
Dalkey Archive is pleased to have two titles included in World Literature Today’s list of 75 notable translations published in 2017. Francis Riddle‘s translation of BODIES OF SUMMER, by?Martin Felipe Castagnet Ellen Elias-Bursac‘s translation of LOVE AT LAST SIGHT, by Read on! →
Context?N°25 Alex Andriesse Contemporary literature is, whether we like it or not, firmly yoked to its market value. A new novel comes to us packaged, promoted, and prone to be read in the light of its jacket copy, its reviews, Read on! →
“In all, an impressive collection, the clear, confident style allowing each central crisis to be revealed with rewarding clarity and directness.” You can read the full review?here.
“Latvian-Serbian author Māra Zālīte recounts Latvia’s rich history with energy, vigor, and electricity that is engaging for all audiences. Sectioned into short chapters, we follow the main character, Laura, on her quest to escape her birthplace of Stalin’s Siberia, where Read on! →
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Read the excerpt of “5creenstars” online.