Black Apollo Press
Black Apollo Press is an independent publisher based in Cambridge, England. It was founded in 1995 by American writer Bob Biderman and British Baudelarian scholar, David Kelley. As well as publishing original translations of important European authors, including the French existentialist playwright Jean Tardieu and Armenian dissident Gurgen Mahari, the press has brought back into print a group of late Victorian writers such as Margaret Harkness, Amy Levy and Israel Zangwill. Black Apollo has also helped develop a series of art books jointly sponsored by Trinity College, Cambridge, and the French Cultural service. Their backlist  includes works of contemporary fiction, poetry and non-fiction titles in media studies, social history and politics. An imprint of the press is Black Apollo Mysteries which publishes socially engaged thrillers including the Joseph Radkin Investigations series.
- Under Three Flags: An Interview with Bob Biderman, Managing Editor of Black Apollo, Finley’s Book Reviews, September 2010
- Publishing Phenomenon – Gourgen Mahari in English, Armenian News Network / Groong, May 10, 2007[permanent dead link]
- Revising the Late Victorian and Early Modernist Canon , Modern Language Review, Vol. 36, No. 2, Victorian Literature (2006), pp. 264-268
- Black Apollo Press - Catalogue
- The Varied (and Endless) Wars At Pacifica Foundation/KPFA - Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy,
- The Mystery Novel as Social History, Ozymandias Magazine[permanent dead link]