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Dalkey Archive Press Abandons Plans for Move to Rochester

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Online Only, posted 11.15.06

Three months after Dalkey Archive Press announced that it would be moving from its current location in Normal, Illinois, to the University of Rochester, the twenty-two-year old nonprofit publisher of experimental fiction and translations asked to be released from its agreement with the university in upstate New York.

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Welsh Writer Rachel Trezise Wins First Dylan Thomas Prize

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Online Only, posted 11.10.06

On October 27, twenty-eight-year-old Welsh writer Rachel Trezise was named the winner of the inaugural Dylan Thomas Prize for her short story collection Fresh Apples (Parthian Books, 2005).

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NEA Crosses Borders With Literary Exchanges

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Online Only, posted 11.08.06

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) announced in September the creation of International Literary Exchanges, a program intended to “expand cultural exchanges between the United States and other countries.” The initiative includes funding for the publication of dual-language anthologies and their distribution in the United States and countries such as Greece, Mexico, Pakistan, Russia, and Spain.

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University of Minnesota Acquires Robert Bly Archive for $775,000

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Online Only, posted 10.30.06

The papers of poet Robert Bly were purchased earlier this month by the University of Minnesota Libraries for $775,000.

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New Directions Celebrates Seventy Years of Publishing

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Online Only, posted 10.25.06

This year marks the seventieth anniversary of New Directions, the independent press founded by the late James Laughlin. To celebrate, the press will hold two events in New York City this fall—a private party in November at the used bookstore Housing Works and a public gathering at the New School on December 5.

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Observer Repeats New York Times Survey and Names Disgrace Best Work of Fiction

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Online Only, posted 10.24.06

Nearly five months after New York Times Book Review editor Sam Tanenhaus surveyed several hundred writers, critics, and editors to name the best work of American fiction published in the last twenty-five years (Toni Morrison’s Beloved)...

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