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History: The James Joyce Society, founded in 1947, meets several times a year at the Gotham Book Mart at 41 West 47th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in New York City. The meetings and discussions, always open to members and guests, are of wide interest to readers, teachers, and scholars of James Joyce.

Programs:The 2002 schedule thus far includes presentations on Joyce, Homer, old Irish myth, and Cloacal Aesthetics.

Gotham Book Mart: Since 1947, this landmark literary bookstore in New York City, has been home to The James Joyce Society.

Writers at the Gotham This memorable photograph of November 9, 1948 at the Gotham Book Mart reception for Dame Edith and Sir Osbert Sitwell captured some of the most eminent New York writers of the post-war era.

Membership: Print out this application form to join or renew The James Joyce Society for 2002.

Gallery: Original art, illustrations, and photography from The James Joyce Society gallery ©

Archive: Past events in 2001 included programs on Bloomsday events, Vladimir Dixon, and Joyce and Homer.

Links: Selected Joyce web pages for text, audio/performances, and discussion, including the Finnegans Wake Society of New York.