Lecture poésie : Cent Portraits Vagues

Poetry reading: One Hundred Wave Portraits

in Chalon-sur-Saône
  • Milène Tournier is one of the most convincing representatives of young French poetry. In her books as well as on the web, she writes poetry that is direct, that speaks of everyday life: La vie partout. Her texts are disarmingly obvious, whether she's talking about love, death or her own birth. We meet her family, God, the Google assistant and Deliveroo delivery men.
    Excerpts from Poèmes d'époque (Polder ed.), L'autre jour, Se coltiner / grandir, Je t'aime comme (Lurlure ed.) and Ce que m'a...
    Milène Tournier is one of the most convincing representatives of young French poetry. In her books as well as on the web, she writes poetry that is direct, that speaks of everyday life: La vie partout. Her texts are disarmingly obvious, whether she's talking about love, death or her own birth. We meet her family, God, the Google assistant and Deliveroo delivery men.
    Excerpts from Poèmes d'époque (Polder ed.), L'autre jour, Se coltiner / grandir, Je t'aime comme (Lurlure ed.) and Ce que m'a soufflé la ville (Le Castor Astral ed.) make up this reading.

    Jacky Tatreaux and Claude Vercey continue to work together on public readings, the former first with the Histrions and the Bibliambules, the latter with the Impulsions collective, which he has run since 1984, and professionally until 2004, in the service of poetry.
    Jacky Tatreaux was the driving force behind the Chalonnais festivals "Pages en scène" (2015 / 2017 / 2018) and "La vie comme elle bat" (2019).
    Poet Claude Vercey was one of the main columnists for the magazine Décharge, is still responsible for the Polder collection, and has a presence on the internet with the digital magazine Magnum.
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  • Free
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  • On May 17, 2024