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A multilingual English and French chapbook by Rachel Levitsky, translation to French by Pascal Poyet
AGAINST TRAVEL/ANTI VOYAGE contains poetic epistolary essays by Rachel Levistky translated into French by Pascal Poyet.
Rachel Levitsky came out as a Lesbian in 1984 and as a poet in 1994. She is the author of Under the Sun (Futurepoem, 2003), NEIGHBOR (UDP, 2009, 2020), the poetic novella The Story of My Accident is Ours (Futurepoem, 2013) and numerous chapbooks. In 1999 she founded Belladonna* which is now Belladonna* Collaborative. She teaches writing at Pratt Institute.
Pascal Poyet's most recent books are: Regardez je peux faire aller Wittgenstein exactement où je veux (Théâtre typographique, 2018), Un futur (L'Ours Blanc n�22, Héros-Limite, 2019), Draguer l'évidence and Linéature (Éric Pesty Éditeur. 2011), and Un sens facétieux (Cipm, 2012). His work has also appeared in english in various magazines, such as The Capilano Review (translated by Lisa Robertson) and Aufgabe (translated by Rosmarie Waldrop). He has translated numerous works by contemporary English-speaking poets and artists, such as David Antin, Lisa Robertson, Juliana Spahr, Rosmarie Waldrop, Rachel Levitsky, and David Shrigley. In 1998, he created together with artist Françoise Goria chapbooks, contrat maint. He runs Le Journal des Laboratoires/Mosaïque des Lexiques, a magazine published by Les Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers, where he has presented on several occasions his ongoing translation of Shakespeare's Sonnets.