Fri., July 28th

Contact:

Frank Delaney

c/o MEIER
907 Broadway
New York, New York 10010
Phone: 212.460.5655
Fax: 212.460.5957
e-mail: info@frankdelaney.com
www.meierbrand.com


Speaking Engagements

Frank speaks to a variety of groups all across the country and always receives exceptional reviews. To engage Frank for your next event contact Trinity Ray.

Trinity Ray
The Tuesday Agency
123 North Linn Street, Suite 2C
Iowa City, Iowa 52245
p: 319-338-7080 f: 319-351-3157
trinity@tuesdayagency.com
www.tuesdayagency.com
www.facebook.com/tuesdayagency


Publicist for The Matchmaker of Kenmare and the novels of Ireland:

Random House, New York
Phone: 212.782.9000
Karen Fink
Phone: 1.212.782.9378
kfink@randomhouse.com


Management:

Diane Meier
MEIER
907 Broadway
New York, New York 10010
Phone: 212.460.5655
Fax: 212.460.5957
www.meierbrand.com


Autographed Copies of Frank's Books

Visit Frank Delaney's local bookstore, The Hickory Stick Bookshop, and ask them about autographed copies.

Re:Joyce passes 2 million downloads

Re:Joyce stats so far:

  • Over 2 Million Downloads
  • 300+ Episodes
  • 100 Hours of material
  • 8,688 Downloads per week
  • 1,300 Downloads per day
  • 10+ years Estimated time the project will run
  • 0 Kardashians in sight

Public Domain Review

The Public Domain Review (a fresh, classic and polished on-line portal into the rich, lush world of content in the public domain) commissioned Frank to write about his beloved James Joyce (in time for Bloomsday); Beatrix Potter, on whom Frank had done a delightful and affectionate BBC documentary some years ago; and the marvelous English artist, Eric Ravilious. We've gathered them here for you:

Frank illuminates the visual nature of James Joyce's prose and suggests the value in making a conscious effort to see the words on the page, rather than merely to read them. Seeing Joyce

In this edition Frank's delightful piece on BP, enhanced it with the most charming photographs and illustrations. On Beatrix Potter

Time and Place: Eric Ravilious. Frank suggests that the watercolors and woodcuts of Eric Ravilious captured not only the time and topography of the country, but the personality of England between-the-wars. Eric Ravilious


Delaney's Work



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