Black Coat Press has just published translations of two of Louise Michel's utopian novels, The Human Microbes (1887) and The New World (1888). They were part of a projected 6-volume science-fiction series. Brian Stableford, who also translated a collection of Han Ryner's stories, The Superhumans, and who is well-known as a prolific author and translator, did the translations. I've read parts of The Human Microbes in French, and it's a wild ride. I'm putting my order in for these two volumes right away.