John Taylor


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).


The Scripture Doctrine of Atonement Examined: First, in...

John Taylor and George Hampton


Bristol Past and Present, by F.J. Nicholls and J. Taylor

John Taylor and James Fawckner Nicholls


The Book of Psalms: A New English Translation with...

John Taylor, Horace Howard Furness, et al.


The Seventh Sign


Modern Physics, Second Edition: For Scientists and Engineers...

John Taylor, Chris D. Zafiratos, et al.


Running Wild Novella Anthology, Volume 3 Book 2

Lisa Diane Kastner and Rasmenia Massoud


The Little Book of Passage

Franca Mancinelli


The Battle of Glorieta Pass: A Gettysburg in the West, March...

John Taylor and Thomas S. Edrington


Works of John Taylor, the Water Poet

John Taylor