Author: Isabelle Garron

Isabelle Garron is a younger generation French poet who teaches in Paris. She is the author of Qu'il faille (Editions Flammarion, 2007), Face devant contre (Editions Flammarion, 2002), Déferlage II (Editions Les Cahiers de la Seine, 2002), and Le corps échéant (Editions Les Cahiers de la Seine, 2000). Garron has also participated as poet and/or editor in various French journals, including Petite, Action Poétique, and Action restreinte. English translations of her poetry have appeared in Double Change, 1913: a journal of forms, and Verse.

Face Before Against
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Face Before Against

Litmus Press

Poetry. Translated from the French by Sarah Riggs. "Isabelle Garron's FACE BEFORE AGAINST is characterized by a paradoxical duality, being a collection of long, fluid poems made up of compact, minimal texts. This juxtaposition creates a compositiona...

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