Poetry. WHAT TO SEE is an unclassifiable text, which continues to show what it says: the crossing of borders, the encounter beings, things, categories of thought. Between diary and the aesthetic manifesto, the reversion of the autobiography and prospecting of the program, the author oscillates between the 'I' of the singularity to explore and the 'we' to be desired universality.
Christophe Lamiot Enos was born on Dec. 18, 1962, in France. He now lives in Paris, after having spent 14 years in the United States, where he was a professor of French literature. He is the founder and director of the "To" series devoted to contemporary American poetry at Presses Universitaires de Rouen et du Havre as well as a contributor to several reviews. His work has been included in anthologies in France and abroad. Two essays published in 1997 and 1999 were precursors to a number of collections of poetry, works in which English and French are mixed.Author City: Paris FRA