vendredi 12 octobre 2018

MARDI 16 OCTOBRE 2018 >> Sophie Coiffier & Benoît Casas liront pour nous au Delaville Café

IVY WRITERS PARIS vous invite à une soirée de poésie contemporaine avec les auteurs :

Sophie COIFFIER
& Benoît CASAS




MARDI 16 OCTOBRE 2018 à 19h30
Au : DELAVILLE CAFE
34 bvd bonne nouvelle 75010 Paris
M°ligne 8 Bonne Nouvelle


Notre blog : http://ivywritersparis.blogspot.fr/
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Bio-bibliographies ci-dessous :

Sophie COIFFIER est née en 1967. Ecrivain et chercheuse indépendante, vit et travaille à Paris et Quimperlé (Finistère, France). Elle vient des Arts plastiques, y retourne de temps en temps, les prolonge dans le texte. Depuis plusieurs années, elle investit des formes d'écriture qui permettent de relier plusieurs espaces et plusieurs types de fictions, dans un autre espace qui est celui du texte. Telles des plaques tectoniques ces plages fictionnelles se frottent et parfois se rejoignent. Elles se rient tantôt de la fiction, tantôt du réel. Publication en revues : Perpendiculaire n°11, Le Corps du Texte n°1,2,4 et 5, Le Flux des Mots n°2, revue Rue Saint Ambroise n°17, 23, 27, 29, 39, revue Tina n°9 (éd. è®e). Elle a publié trois livres aux éditions Mix : Le Paradoxe de l’instant (2007), Les Ciels (2009), Me and my dog (2012).

Dernière parution : Paysage zéro aux éditions de l’Attente, novembre 2017.

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Benoît CASAS mène de front l’écriture de poésie (8 livres à ce jour), le travail éditorial (Nous, depuis 1999, 140 titres), les traduction, photographie & exploration de l’Italie (Talia). Dans un entretien avec Anaïs Bon sur CitaBlog, il se définit également « comme un activiste disparate. Fauteur de poésie en livres comme en performance, plasticien, photographe, (...) un passeur passionné. Son credo ? Lire, écrire, faire lire. Par exemple lors de sa résidence à la librairie le Comptoir des mots en 2011, en conseillant un livre par jour, et se donnant pour ambition de donner envie au grand public de découvrir la poésie ».

Dernier titre paru : L’agenda de l’écrit, Cambourakis, 2017.

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vendredi 5 octobre 2018

9 Oct 2018 PROSE and POETRY in ENGLISH event

Ivy Writers Paris evening of Poetry and Prose in ENGLISH 
9 october 2018
with the authors

Dylan Harris (Lux/Ire: poet and publisher of Corrupt Books)

Katy Masuga (USA/Fr: novelist)

Amy Evans Bauer (UK/Austria: poet)

and

Rufo Quintavalle (UK/Fr: poet)
9 OCT 2018 at 19h30
UPSTAIRS at DELAVILLE CAFÉ
34 bvd Bonne Nouvelle
75010 Paris
M° 8/9 Bonne Nouvelle
or M° 4 Strasbourg St Denis

Notre blog: http://ivywritersparis.blogspot.fr/ 
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BIOS:
Dylan Harris is a poet who has authored over 11 volumes of poetry. His collections include antwerp (wurm press) and the smoke (Knives Forks and Spoons Press) as well as his most His most recent book, BIG TOWN BLUES (2018). He is also a programmer, and calls himself “a brit abroad”. He exhibits photos and founded and runs corrupt press, which publishes poetry and prose by European-based Anglophone and non-Anglophone authors writing in English. Currently based in Luxembourg, Harris can often be found travelling to read and to help promote his Corrupt Books authors. In the past, he ran “the rant of the powerless” and the Paris-based reading series, Poets-Live. His website is: arts & ego. https://dylanharris.org/ where you can find links to both his poetry and photography work, his blog and a link to help you purchase books.

Katy Masuga: Recent Henry Miller Memorial Library writer-in-resident, Katy Masuga is drawn to the disruption of conventional forms, influenced by Virginia Woolf, W. G. Sebald and Marilynne Robinson among others. Her publications include fiction and nonfiction among them two novels and two monographs: The Origin of Vermilion (Spuyten Duyvil, 2016), The Blue of Night (Caffeinated Press, forthcoming), Henry Miller and How He Got That Way (Edinburgh UP, 2011) and The Secret Violence of Henry Miller (Camden House, 2011), as well as numerous short stories and dozens of essays and anthology chapters on subjects ranging from contemporary altered book art to Blanchot and Wittgenstein in Beckett to Shakespeare and Company in Paris to the vegetarian diet of Shelley's creature in Frankenstein. She holds joint doctorates in Comparative Literature and Theory and Criticism and teaches for the University of Washington in Paris.

Rufo Quintavalle was born in London in 1978, studied at Oxford and the University of Iowa and lives in Paris.  He is the author of eight works of poetry, the most recent of which, hhereenow, is published by corrupt press.  In addition to his own writing, he has served on the editorial board for the literary journal, Upstairs at Duroc, was poetry editor for the online magazine, nthposition, ran the reading series, Poets Live, and has taught creative writing at NYU Paris.He has performed his poetry in Paris, London, Amsterdam and Berlin.   You can watch/listen to his work here: Rufo Q.  And read a free e-book here: https://issuu.com/theredceilings/docs/anyone_for_anymore Rufo is also an environmentalist and is currently working on a project to replant degraded land in the Brazilian Amazon.  More on that here: http://www.art2030.org/projects/planet-art

Amy Evans Bauer is a British-Austrian poet based in London. Her publications
include anti-fa-la-la: songs against statues (tender buttons/face, 2018), The Report of the Iraq Enquiry: Poetic Summary (Larynx Press, 2017), and Stalking Gerard Manley Hopkins (Salient Seedling/Woodland Pattern Book Center, 2016). Her poetry features in the anthology Resist Much, Obey Little: Inaugural Poems to the Resistance (Dispatches, 2017).  Her montages appear in Chicago Review, Jacket, and elsewhere. She has performed SOUND((ING))S at waterfront locations across the US and UK, and at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London. The transcript PASS PORT (Shearsman, 2018) is the fourth in a sequence of chapbooks, following on from CONT. (Shearsman, 2015), The Sea Quells (Shearsman, 2013) and Collecting Shells (Oystercatcher, 2011). She co-organises the Contemporary Innovative Poetry Research Seminar at the School of Advanced Studies, IES, University of London, and is the publisher of Larynx Press.