We are proud to announce that Fernando del Paso is the 2015 winner of the most prestigious Spanish-language literary award, the Cervantes Prize. For more info, see: http://www.eldailypost.com/news/2015/11/mexicos-del-paso-wins-the-top-award-in-spanish-letters/ In English translation by Dalkey Archive: Palinuro of Mexico and News from Read on! →
On Wednesday, May 13 at 6.30 pm Three of France’s most critically acclaimed novelists?Jacques Jouet, Hadrien Laroche and Christine Montalbetti engage in a discussion concerning the state of French fiction and their own experience in what it means to be Read on! →
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for the Summer session of the Applied Literary Translation Program, to be offered from June 15 to August 28, 2015. The program aims to provide intensive training and experience in translation and publishing that will result in the publication by Read on! →
You can vote until midnight on November 21st here: http://www.irishbookawards.ie/2014-shortlists-voting/ Thanks for supporting one of our most exciting new authors!
Joanna Walsh, Donal McLaughlin, and editor West Camel in conversation with journalist, Rosie Goldsmith
Forthcoming in March 2015,?Addendum to A Photo Album by Vladislav Otroshenko, translated by Lisa Hayden. Listen to Lisa Hayden reading Part 1 of the book.
Estonian writer T?nu ?nnepalu’s Raadio was original published in Estonia in 2002, but this year Dalkey Archive Press has released Adam Cullen’s English translation of the novel. The book deals with universal human problems, including questions of isolation and identity, Read on! →
Reading?Gon?alo M. Tavares, the Portuguese novelist who writes in detached, hyper-objective prose, can be like eating from a brilliantly curated cheese sampler. Each carefully cut wedge of cheese on the plate is given ample space from the others so that Read on! →
Context N°24 Kathryn Toolan John E. Woods is an award-winning tran-slator of German literature. Throug-hout his career, he has translated the work of Thomas Mann, Ingo Schulze, Christoph Ransmayr and Arno Schmidt. He was awarded the PEN Translation Prize twice—for Read on! →