Running Wild Novella Anthology Volume 2: Part 2

Jason Zeitler (Author) John Taylor (Author)
& 1 more


In Part 2, a smattering of the novellas are a young Irishman's escapades as he experiences that the local legend isn't really a legend in The Washerwoman; help a young orphan find her biological parents and unearth her family's secrets in Looking for Home; experience the lives of a prisoner and his torturer in The Inquisitor; find out what Horatio really thinks of Hamlet in Horatio; and check out the follow up to Newly Minted Wings and salty French Fries in You Want Me to Clean What?

Product Details

$24.99  $22.49
Running Wild Press
Publish Date
September 15, 2018
5.5 X 0.97 X 8.5 inches | 1.22 pounds

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About the Author

John Taylor is an American writer, critic and translator who lives in France. In 2013, he won the Raiziss-de Palchi Translation Fellowship from the Academy of American Poets for his project to translate the Italian poet Lorenzo Calogero. This book was published as An Orchid Shining in the Hand: Selected Poems 1932-1960 by Chelsea Editions in 2015. Taylor has translated several French poets, including Philippe Jaccottet, Jacques Dupin, Pierre-Albert Jourdan, José-Flore Tappy, Louis Calaferte, and Pierre Chappuis. His critical essays on European literature have been gathered in five volumes by Transaction Publishers. He is the author of several volumes of prose and poetry, three of which have been published by Xenos Books: THE APOCALYPSE TAPESTRIES (2004), Now the Summer Came to Pass and THE DARK BRIGHTNESS (2017).