On June 16, 1904, James Joyce strolled the streets of Dublin with his future wife, Nora Barnacle. In his novel, Ulysses, Joyce chronicles Leopold Bloom’s odyssey through the same streets on the same date. Every year on June 16, readers around the world celebrate the occasion in different ways.
To find out more about James Joyce, Ulysses, and Bloomsday, browse the resources in the Online Resources section, which includes links to helpful podcasts, curated twitter handles, websites, and more.
If you haven’t read Ulysses yet, the best way to dive in is to attend a Bloomsday Event Near You. In the meantime, don’t forget to check the Places to See section to see if you live near an important museum or library that preserves Joyce-related history!
Finally, don’t forget to submit your events, landmarks, or favorite online resources to us. This site will be updated with our new finds and your submissions on a regular basis.