Posts Categorized: FR

Sylvia Mae Gorelick

Sylvia Mae Gorelick is a poet, translator, and student of philosophy. She graduated from Bard College in the Spring of 2013 with a B. A. in philosophy, completing a senior thesis called Songs of the Last Philosopher: Early Nietzsche and the Spirit of Hölderlin. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in philosophy at Paris… Read more »


This book is composed of two stories about “scientific words” having an adventure in a hermetic style of writing, with a lot of repetitions. Thoses hermetic scientific words can be adjectives, nouns of names, and creates an enigmatic sci-fi way of reading. The first story is supposed to be read for a public, with a… Read more »

Olympians, we are breathless

“Olympians, we are breathless” is a collection of ekphrases and personal poems written from January 2013 to February 2014. It follows various experiences of travel and occasionally captures instants of eternity in daily life. The poems in this book are deeply rooted in city life, moving from New York to Paris and passing through many… Read more »

Laura Sellies

Nous sommes étudiantes aux Beau Arts de Lyon en dernière année.

Alba Ballesta

Alba Ballesta has always had the feeling that many words don’t really fit into objects or people they describe. Alba Ballesta is not so sure her name is Alba Ballesta and is afraid of imposture. She pretends to be several people on a blog:

Dear David – Cher David

Ce texte est écrit à deux voix, à la suite d’un voyage aux Etats-Unis. Sorte de mise en abîme où nous nous mettons en scène. Des personnages sont empruntés à une histoire pré-éxistente. Les auteurs-narrateurs deviennent voix-off et produisent le commentaire de l’image qui se déploie au fil de la lecture. L’idée du texte qui… Read more »


Ce livre est issu de textes composés à partir de bribes de conversations entendues dans la rue. Les phrases ont été assemblées selon un principe de séquences, ponctuées de didascalies qui constituent pour moi des souvenirs des conditions de leur énonciation. Ces textes sont en priorité destinés à une lecture à voix haute, pour mettre… Read more »

Dalina Perdomo

Dalina Aimee is an English Literature student at UPRM and violinist in the Puerto Rican musical group Güaybaná. She enjoys spending her time doing things related to the aforementioned, as well as trying her hand at theatre, photography, and art (?). She is currently writing this bio and thinks it sounds weird but it’s probably… Read more »

Clara Dubasenca Obras Completas Tomo III

Volume three of The Collected Works of Clara Dubasenca contains texts written during the period the author spent in the north of her childhood. This edition includes the letters between Clara Dubasenca and Erik Maszkovitch and it is divided in three other parts whose titles refer to the last verse of volume two. Didn’t cease… Read more »

Federico Calle Jorda

Federico Calle Jordá a Colombian-Venezuelan poet living in France. For most of my youth I’ve lived travelling arround the world’s hotspots following my nomadic parent’s humanitarian footsteps. Since then, I’ve been trying to avoid growing old to quickly by writing lve poems in the shadow of young french girls, pretending to study litterature in several… Read more »