for winning an award at the PRO-ZA Balkan Festival in Macedonia, organized by Dejan Trajkoski and quickly becoming a major literary festival for the Balkans. Gospodinov’s latest novel is?The Physics of Sorrow, available from Open Letter Press, and receiving much Read on! →
Flann O’Brien’s classic novel, THE THIRD POLICEMAN, has been selected as one of IndieBound‘s June “Revisit & Rediscover” titles. THE THIRD POLICEMAN?is available for purchase.
Listen to a conversation?and reading on ABC Radio with Dalkey author,?Jack Cox, whose?debut novel, DODGE ROSE, is now available for purchase.
Maya Jaggi reviews twenty-five years of Georgian Literature, including Dalkey writers including?Mikheil Javakhishvili and Lasha Bugadze. Please see the complete review?here.
THE BULGARIAN TRUCK by Dumitru Tspeneag is “dazzling,” says The Irish Times. Read the full review here.
Orly Castel-Bloom, the author of the Press’s?Dolly City, won the Sapir Prize, the equivalent of the Man Booker Prize in Israel. The novel which won the award,?An Egyptian Novel, will be forthcoming from Dalkey Archive. You can read more about Read on! →
Reviewed by Sam Sacks. Full text here: Australian writer Jack Cox’s frisky and disorienting debut “Dodge Rose” (Dalkey Archive, 201 pages, $16) is part legal satire and part mash note to James Joyce. Following the death of shut-in Dodge Rose, Read on! →
Please check out 3 new jobs in editorial, development, and marketing. Also, Dalkey Archive is now offering fellowships for graduates seeking to gain experience in publishing. You can see all of these new opportunities here. NB: Applications for Fellowships are Read on! →
Eileen Battersby of the Irish Times voted three Dalkey Titles as Books of the Year: 1. Western by Christine Montalbetti 2. The Key by Mártín ó Cadhain 3. The Private Life of Plants by Lee Seung-U You can see the Read on! →
Keith Hopper was interviewed by Seán Rocks on RTé Radio 1 about Dermot Healy’s Collected Short Stories and Fighting with Shadows. Click here to listen.