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May 12, 2007, 7:28pm

I don't actually know what to say, so I hope other people will join and say it for me. Dalkey Archive is a magnificent publishing company. I'm sure there are quite a few others who feel the same. So join and say some stuff and that would be pretty swell.

May 12, 2007, 7:33pm

Oh, and don't think there's anything official about this. I linked to the website and have their logo on here, but this is more a "fan" type thing. I have nothing to do with them and don't know anyone who does. So I thought I would disclaim that in case I accidentally projected the wrong impression. If that was already obvious then feel free to ignore my rambling.

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May 13, 2007, 9:46pm

Cheers. I'm glad 'Lost' made The Third Policeman famous. I think there are a ton of people who bought a copy based on its brief appearance on one episode. The upshot is that Dalkey Archive gets an unexpeceted best-seller and a huge cash infusion and gets to keep publishing really fascinating literature, which, despite my best efforts to the contrary, I've never heard of.

Editado: May 14, 2007, 8:08am

If it wasn't for Dalkey Archive, I never would have discovered David Markson!

May 14, 2007, 8:59am

I think New Directions rates pretty much with them but yes Dalkey Archive is excellent.

May 16, 2007, 11:12pm

Dalkey Archive Press is wonderful for their adventuress catalog, but don't forget their journal
'The Review of Contemporary Fiction' some the contents available over the web

Jun 16, 2007, 7:14pm

thanks to ateolf for inviting me.......dalkey archive is most wonderful.....i used to go to small press traffic in berkeley when they would open their wherehouse for big sales and they seemd to have all the dalkey stuff...along with atlas...burning deck...tuumba..etc...

Sep 28, 2011, 12:32pm

Any press that puts out the wild stuff that it does -- The Tunnel by Gass to Cobra by Sarduy, etc. -- and still remains financially solvent, must be lauded and magnified. Huzzah!