You can find the book here: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/howling-enigma-rustin-larson/1128895309
Hélène Cardona is a poet, actor & translator, the author of 7 books, including the award-winning Life in Suspension and the translations Birnam Wood (José Manuel Cardona), Beyond Elsewhere (Gabriel Arnou-Laujeac), winner of a Hemingway Grant, Ce que nous portons (Dorianne Laux), and Walt Whitman’s Civil War Writings for WhitmanWeb. She wrote her thesis on Henry James for her masters in American Literature from the Sorbonne, taught at Hamilton College and Loyola Marymount University, and worked as an interpreter for the Canadian Embassy in Paris. Her work has been translated into 16 languages. She has contributed to The London Magazine, Washington Square Review, World Literature Today, Poetry International, The Brooklyn Rail, Asymptote, The Irish Literary Times, Los Angeles Review, The Warwick Review & elsewhere. http://helenecardona.com/
We update this link on a regular basis. These publications are available to reviewers for possible publication at North of Oxford.
Updated: 7/9/20 – Available
Poetry: Mark the Place by C.M. Crockford- Thirty West Publishing
Poetry: Poetry Everywhere by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright- Xanadu Press
Poetry: Atlas of Wolves by John Macker – Stubborn Mule Press
Fiction: Winter Honeymoon by Jacob M. Appel – Black Lawerence Prss
Poetry: Dead Shark on the N Train by Susana H. Case- Broadstone
The Story I Am by Roger Rosenblatt – Turtle Point Press
Novel: Moss by Klaus Modick -Translated by David Herman- Bellevue Literary Press
Novel: Scratching the Head of Chairman Mao by Jonathan Tel- Turtle Point Press
Novel: Aseroe by Francois Dominique – Translated by Richard Sieburth and Howard Limoli – Bellevue Literary Press
Poetic Satire: Things That Go Trump in the Night by Paul Fericano- Little City Press
Novel: American Folies by Norman Lock – Bellevue Literary Press
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