By Isabella Biedenharn
Updated June 16, 2015 at 07:35 PM EDT
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Happy Bloomsday, James Joyce fans. For the uninitiated, “Bloomsday” occurs each year on June 16—the day Joyce’s complex masterpiece Ulysses takes place in its entirety. From Dublin pub crawls and author talks to Joyce quizzes and Ulysses artwork, here are some ways people are celebrating Bloomsday online and IRL today.

Read some Ulysses reviews from yesteryear at The Guardian.

Take this James Joyce quiz at The Millions.

Take an interactive stroll at Boston College’s “Walking Ulysses.”

If you’re in New York, join Paul Muldoon, Colum McCann, and Gabriel Byrne at Symphony Space:

Read Time‘s piece, “The Romantic True Story Behind James Joyce’s Bloomsday.”