For the record:
This is strictly a noncommercial site intended to promote the work of J.P. Donleavy.
Its purposes are to serve as a resource center for those interested in the author and
to provide a detailed guide that will direct fans and the uninitiated to bona-fide
providers of legitimate editions of Mr. Donleavy's works. Great care has been and
will be taken to honor the rights of the author and his publishers. Only brief excerpts
in the form of one- or two-sentence quotes appear on the site, and visitors are always
directed to purchase the complete editions from which the passages are derived via
accompanying links to reputable booksellers. I receive no monies whatsoever from
the content of this site, including booksellers' links. This site is but an individual's
effort to help maintain continued interest in the writings of a fine author.
Regarding the data on this site:
Although much research has gone into the contents of this site, there are bound
to be errors, and there is certainly a great deal of information I have yet to gather.
Corrections, additions and suggestions are welcomed. To add your knowledge
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Credits and Thank-yous:
The list of those who have contributed to this site has now grown to the point
where I am including credits and thank-yous on the pages containing the specific
contributions. All contributors who wish to be linked will be linked at these
locations and in any other appropriate indexes and points throughout the site.
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- David L. Hartzheim