Posts by tag: Dalkey Archive Press

Onnepalu’s RADIO

For Galleon, I reviewed Estonian novelist Tonu Onnepalu’s Radio, translated by Adam Cullen (original pub, 2002, trans. 2014). It’s a rather big book, 573 pages — the longest I read in 2014 in fact. Very good book.
B5bUCZlIUAAZpQFKudos to editor Lee Thompson for his editorial work on this journal.

The complete Dalkey Archive catalog

Earlier this week, Dalkey Archive Press published a brief, up-to-date version of their list of titles published (some forthcoming). It’s organized by country and much easier to browse than their website. Very handy, and worth a look — Dalkey’s catalog never ceases to amaze.

Their spring catalog of forthcoming titles is out too.

Notable books and lists of 2013

I don’t read enough books as they come out to pompously draw up a “best books of the year” list, but I do take in a lot of contemporary criticism, so I’m deluged with commentary on the big releases of the year as well as some of the little ones. I don’t think I will ever touch The Goldfinch, The Luminaries, or Bleeding EdgeThe Flamethrowers, The Kraus Project, or any of the other books that I’ve read so much about this year, but here are some of the books that I might eventually track down.

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Dalkey Archive Press has posted on their website a massive list of works in the canon… Worth a look. A few in there I might track down when the time frees up.