Poetry. Fiction. Hybrid Genre. Translated from the French by Kit Schluter. An experimental epic poem or novel, SCREWBALL (the indispensable deficit) follows a huntress-gatheress from home in the icy north on a journey to the other side of the world. Along the way it explores questions of aesthetics, gender, language, and love.
Publishers WeeklyBest of 2018 @ Entropy
Anne Kawala was born in 1980 in Herlincourt, a small town in northern France. She has published half a dozen works of poetry. Her writing draws on documentary writing, narrative, and autofiction, combining a range of material from the graphic arts that she translates into sound variations in her performances.Author City: Nantes FRA
Kit Schluter is the author of PIERROT'S FINGERNAILS (Canarium Books, 2020) and the forthcoming Cartoons (City Lights, 2024). His recent and forthcoming translations from the French and Spanish include books by bruno darío, Copi, Anne Kawala, Mario Levrero, Marie de Quatrebarbes, Marcel Schwob, and Olivia Tapiero. He lives in Mexico City.