Friedman and Orlowsky win NEA
Washington, DC — Today, the National Endowment for the Arts announced that JEFF FRIEDMAN and co-translators Dzvinia Orlowsky have been recommended for an NEA Literature Translation Fellowship of $12,500. Friedman and Orlowsky were awarded one of only 20 fellowships for 2016. In total, the NEA plans to distribute $275,000 in this round to support the new translation of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry from 11 different languages into English.
Mieczysław Jastrun was born in Korolówka, Poland, in 1903. Over his lifetime he published more than a dozen books of poetry along with other volumes of essays, a memoir, and translations from German, Russian and French literature into Polish. His collection Memorials was translated into English by Friedman and Orlowsky and published by Dialogos Press in 2014.
Kevin Fortuna in Ireland
Kevin Fortuna and The Dunning Man featured on Irish radio.
Kevin Fortuna is giving a series of interviews in Ireland this week, and in conjunction with this we are offering special shipping rates on The Dunning Man paperback to our Irish customers, with a portion of the proceeds donated to Concern Worldwide.
Louis Gallo Review of Ralph Adamo's Ever in The Hollins Critic
Zell in LARB
T. Rex Parade trailer
In Empathy We Trust, new joint release
We're pleased to announce the release of Elizabeth Kleinveld and E. Paul Julien's In Empathy We Trust, a joint publication of Diálogos and Princess Books, Amsterdam. This boxed set of 22 stunning full-color prints include works based on Titian, Velázquez, Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Manet, among others-- all remade with a twist. Read more...
Island Fog Reviews
Two new reviews of Island Fog, by John Vanderslice. The first, from Kirkus Reviews, calls the book "a spellbinding collection." And the second, in Southern Maryland Newspapers Online, features an extensive interview with the author.
Immigrant Dreams & Alien Nightmares now available
|New from Diálogos: José Torres-Tama's remarkable Immigrant Dreams & Alien Nightmares, documenting 25 years of performance poetry, which Andrei Codrescu called "... vast, beautiful, razor-sharp and misbehaving." Available on this website and from Amazon .|