Black Apollo Press

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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.[1] As well as publishing original translations of important European authors, including the French existentialist playwright Jean Tardieu and Armenian dissident Gurgen Mahari,[2] the press has brought back into print a group of late Victorian writers such as Margaret Harkness,[3] 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 [4] includes works of contemporary fiction, poetry and non-fiction titles in media studies,[5] social history and politics. An imprint of the press is Black Apollo Mysteries which publishes socially engaged thrillers including the Joseph Radkin Investigations series.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Under Three Flags: An Interview with Bob Biderman, Managing Editor of Black Apollo, Finley’s Book Reviews, September 2010
  2. ^ Publishing Phenomenon – Gourgen Mahari in English, Armenian News Network / Groong, May 10, 2007
  3. ^ Revising the Late Victorian and Early Modernist Canon , Modern Language Review, Vol. 36, No. 2, Victorian Literature (2006), pp. 264-268
  4. ^ Black Apollo Press - Catalogue
  5. ^ The Varied (and Endless) Wars At Pacifica Foundation/KPFA - Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy,
  6. ^ The Mystery Novel as Social History, Ozymandias Magazine