Author: Isabelle Garron

Isabelle Garron is a poet, critic, editor, and associate professor at the Institute Mines Telecom-Paristech. Her most recent book of poetry is Bras vif (Flammarion, 2018). Her other books are Corps fut (Flammarion, 2011), Qu'il Faille (Flammarion, 2007), and Face devant contre (2002) which was translated by Sarah Riggs as Face Before Against (Litmus Press, 2008). Selections of "The Contemporary Step" in Elena Rivera's English translation were published in Aufgabe 10 (2011) and xpoetics (2014). Selections of new poem cycles were also published in Action Poetique (2012), and Les jockeys Camoufles and Koshkonong (2013).

Body Was: suites & their variations (2006-2009)
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Body Was: suites & their variations (2006-2009)

Litmus Press

BODY WAS is a book-length poem that begins with the death of a father and ends with the birth of a child. It is a bold and innovative poem that works on principles of improvisation, like those of Keith Jarrett and other jazz greats, where the reader...

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