There is one Sanskrit-Hindi version available with Sanskrit and Hindi verses and commentary. Author is Dr. Paramhansh Mishra.
One can buy the book from exoticindiaart; here is the link to that: परशुरामकल्पसूत्रम् (संस्कृत एवं हिन्दी अनुवाद)- Parashuram Kalpa Sutra
I don't know about English Translation yet but there are some Hindi translation available. One provided in this answer is also good.
Sometimes, in addition to translation commentary would be more useful to understand the meaning in deeper way. One book is available from Chaukhamba Surbharti Pratishthan publication:
This is a Sanskrit text with Hindi Tika by ...
Hinduism Today magazine is a very good magazine about Hinduism. The issues are even avaliable for download in PDF versions. Hinduism Today magazine is a global public service to the family of Hindu faiths, produced by a small monastic community based in Hawaii.
Hinduism Today was founded January 5, 1979, by Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami. It is a nonprofit ...
Here is the list of International peer-reviewed journals on Hinduism -
International Journal of Hindu Studies (https://www.springer.com/journal/11407/). This one is published by Springer. Springer publishes many academic journals.
Journal of Hindu Studies (https://academic.oup.com/jhs). This one is published by Oxford Academic (Oxford Centre for Hindu ...
The father of Shandilya is mentioned as Devala, according to the Saurapurana:
Kaśyapa created the animals, animates and inanimates and again for the growth of progeny he underwent austere penance. By the power of penance two sons namely Vatsara and Asita were born. Devala muni was the son of Asita born of Ekaparṇā. Devala attained great perfection by ...
Hinduism Today is the best, I guess. Here I have found a few additional magazines, which might also be useful.
Prabuddha Bharata (monthly magazine): It is a publication from Ramkrishna Math. It is mostly on Advaita Vedanta. PDFs are downloadable for free.
Pragyata - You can read the articles online for free.
Manusmrti with the Manubhashya of Medhatithi (translated by Ganganath Jha) has 10 volumes. The first two volumes contain Sanskrit verses. The English translation is present in the 3rd to 7th volumes. These five volumes are also known as Part I to Part V. 8th-10th volumes have some additional notes. Here I have added the links to the important volumes (3rd to ...
Finally, I found the source. This story was narrated by Sri Ramakrishna. It can be found in his Gospel.
Sri Ramakrishna and His Gospel Vol. 3 by Swami Bhuteshananda (Appendix I) published by Advaita Ashrama.
here is the link for sarvarta siddhi (the commentary of tattva mukta kalapa by vedanta desika).