Readers are: Nicholas Manning, Lily Robert-Foley, Dyla Harris, Jacob Bromberg and George Vance.
When: Wednesday, June 11 @ 7:30 pm
Where: Galerie Colette Clavreuel, 25 Place des Vosges, 75003
NICHOLAS MANNING is Maître de Conférences in American Literature at the Sorbonne (Paris IV). He is the founding editor of The Continental Review and the author of two poetic cycles: Novaless: Elements Towards a Metaphysic and Homo Sentimentalis: A Guide In Verse To Modern Emotional Intimacy. His study of sincerity in 20th century poetics, entitled Rhétorique de la sincérité: La Poésie moderne en quête d’un langage vrai, came out recently from Honoré Champion.
LILY ROBERT-FOLEY is a doctoral student in comparative literature at Université of Paris 14, and A.T.E.R. in English at Université d’Angers. She is the author of m (corrupt press, 2013), a book of poetry-critique-collage based on her doctoral research, and graphemachine (Xexoxial Editions, 2013), a chapbook of critical readings translated into visual poetic devices called “machines.”
DYLAN HARRIS was born in Burton-on-Trent just before the space age. He lives in Luxembourg. He operates corrupt press which he founded in Paris. In Dublin he cofounded and coöperated wurm im apfel, wurm press & wurmfest. He’s lived in London, Antwerp, Eindhoven and the Fens. His profession is programmer.
JACOB BROMBERG is a poet, translator and contributing editor to The White Review. He lives in Paris where he formerly co-organized the Ivy Writers reading series.
GEORGE VANCE was born in Ohio and has resided in Paris, Vienna, Aachen, Brussels and the French overseas possession New Caledonia (Kanaky); he now lives in Reims, where he continues to work on text/image fusion and street art experiments. His poetry volume A Short Circuit and a chapbook, Xmas Collage, are available from corrupt press.