Fortier and Plamondon well-served by new translations


«What keeps it all grounded is the man in the middle of it all: Somehow, despite being little more than a cipher in Plamondon’s design, Weissmuller emerges vividly on the page, his plight a thing of true pathos, his life’s arc no less painfully human for serving as an archetypal 20th century odyssey.»
— Ian McGillis about Hungary-Hollywood Express, Montreal Gazette, December 9, 2016