The James Joyce Society: Home Page

So what does the world
really think of Joyce
-- (according to Googlism,
an independent source that
uses the Google engine)???

 The  James  Joyce  Society 

Home Programs History Membership Gallery Archive Links Events Help

Tim Conley: Deranged Readings of Finnegans Wake Friday, Nov. 6, 6:00 pm VIA ZOOM!

Best size for phone/tablet
W h a t ' s   n e w ?
Tim Conley: Deranged Redings of Finnegans Wake Friday, Nov 6, 2020, 6pm Zoom
New! Facebook The James Joyce Society on Facebook
New! Twitter The James Joyce Society on Twitter
New! Instagram The James Joyce Society on Instagram
IJJF Conference ScheduleTrieste conference postponed to 2021
Early days of the Joyce Society Zack Bowen's recollections
Michael Groden's talk to be rescheduledSpring 2021
New! Michael Gillespie's "Re: Imagining Ulysses" Friday, Sept. 25, 2020 6:00 pm VIRTUAL!
Of Ghosts and Girls in Ulysses 13 by Patrizia Grimaldi-Pizzorno Mon, 13 Apr 2020, 6:00 pm - To be rescheduled
Joyce and the Law: Paperback Launch - A Roundtable Discussion Thurs, 30 Apr 2020, 6:00 pm - To be rescheduled

  Table   of   Contents

The James Joyce Society, founded in 1947, is devoted to the appreciation of the life, works, and significance of the Irish author (1882-1941). Meetings take place several times a year in New York City as announced. (Formerly, meetings took place at the Gotham Book Mart, a landmark bookstore and writers' center, which unfortunately is now closed.) [more]

Programs: The 2020 program schedule [more] Membership: Print out the application form to join or renew The James Joyce Society for 2020 ....[more]
Gallery: View original art, illustrations, and photography from The James Joyce Society collection ....[more] The Gotham Book Mart is now closed, this world-renowned haven for New York writers, founded in 1920, is remembered in a famous 1948 photograph (in slide show, top left).
Archive: Past events included Bloomsday celebrations and Fall and Spring programs...[more] Links: Follow links to the Finnegans Wake Society of New York and selected Joyce web pages for text, criticism, media, and discussion....[more]

Browsers: The pages are formatted for Internet Explorer, Firefox, Netscape, Opera and similar Windows and Macintosh browsers. For wireless/handheld/accessibility devices and printing, use plain text. For hints on optimizing viewing and printing, see Help.

Email: Send email

President: A. Nicholas Fargnoli,

Vice President: Jonathan Goldman

Webmaster: Heyward Ehrlich,

Site created 02/02/02.  2002-2020  The James Joyce Society.

Home Programs History Membership Gallery Archive Links Events Help