Dalkey Archive: Quarrying for a literary readership

Barbato, J.
February 1989
Publishers Weekly;2/10/1989, Vol. 235 Issue 6, p38
Trade Publication
Profiles John O'Brien, a college professor who created Dalkey Archive Press to make reprints available of works of commercially unrecognized authors; Discusses the ability of the literary Dalkins Archive to survive.


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