Monday, 29 May 2017

Brian Stableford's translations for Snuggly Books

I just noticed that Snuggly Books has an impressive list of translations of Decadent literature from French and Italian. Some of the names that appear in the catalogue are dear to Confusio Linguarum. So far the following have been released in a translation by Brian M. Stableford:

The Soul-Drinker: And Other Decadent Fantasies by  Jean Lorrain
Nightmares of an Ether-Drinker by Jean Lorrain
The Tarantulas' Parlor: And Other Unkind Tales by Léon Bloy
The Unknown Collaborator and Other Legendary Tales by Victor Joly

Upcoming are:
Misanthropic Tales by S. Henry Berthoud
The Latin Orgy by Félicien Champsaur
The Emerald Princess and Other Decadent Fantasies by Félicien Champsaur
The Frail Soul and Other Stories by Camille Mauclair
Bluebirds by Catulle Mendès
The Death of Balzac by Octave Mirbeau
Le Vice errant by Jean Lorrain

There are also translations from French and Italian by Tina Kover and others:

Manette Solomon by Edmond and Jules De Goncourt (translated by Tina Kover)
Who Killed the Poet? by Luis de Miranda (translated by Tina Kover)
 La logique de l’amanite by Catherine Dousteyssier-Khoze (translated by Tina Kover)
The Mirror of Legends by Bernard Lazare (translator not listed)
The Violin with Human Strings and Other Stories by Antonio Ghislanzoni (translator not listed)
Narcisa and Other Stories by Luigi Gualdo (translator not listed)
 Alcina and Other Stories, by Guido Gozzano (translator not listed)

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