August 23rd: Sarah Riggs, Claire Trévien, & Dylan Harris
19h00, Tuesday August 23rd, Carr’s Pub, 1 rue Mont-Thabor, M Tuileries.
Sarah Riggs writes, teaches, translates and is currently making a ﬁlm entitled “H” set on the Hudson river, Brest, and the Isle of Skye. Her books of poetry in English are Waterwork (Chax), Chain of Minuscule Decisions in the Form of a Feeling (Reality Street), 60 Textos (Ugly Duckling), 36 Blackberries (Juge Editions) and the forthcoming Autobiography of Envelopes ( Burning Deck). Her co-translation of Oscarine Bosquet’s Present Participle is forthcoming with La Presse. Riggs has been an active member of Double Change, the bilingual poetry association, for the last 8 years, and is the founder of Tamaas, the word for a point of contact in Arabic. Tamaas has headed seven years of READ translation workshops in Paris, as well as projects in Tangier and Marrakech in poetry, ﬁlm, music, and visual art.
Claire Trévien was born in 1985 in Brittany and is a poet and PhD student. Her writing has been published in a variety of literary magazines including Under The Radar, Poetry Salzburg Review, Ink Sweat & Tears, The Warwick Review, Nth Position, and Fuselit. Her debut pamphlet Low-Tide Lottery was published this year by Salt Publishing. She is the editor of Sabotage Reviews.
Dylan Harris lives in Paris. His poetry books are europe and antwerp (wurm press), & his poetry / photography books are the smoke & the forthcoming the liberation of [placeholder] (The Knives, Forks and Spoons Press). His poetry has appeared in many magazines, including nthposition & Upstairs at Duroc. He recently started corrupt press.