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The World and I Both by Kristen Amiro
Kristen Amiro’s “The World And I Both” is a poetry collection that chronicles a backpacker’s trip around the world. Each poem is a snapshot of a specific place: a surfers’ beach in Costa Rica, the “witches’ market” in La Paz, a whale nursery in Argentina, a cargo boat in Polynesia, the Australian coasts, Songkran in Chiang Mai, museums and cafes in Europe, and many more.
Le poète français Martin Laquet “écrit la nuit et peint le jour, rarement l’inverse”. Il est né le jour où le philosophe Martin Heidegger est décédé. Purement par hasard, mais bon. Les publications récentes incluent jour après nuit, la passe du vent (2017), cette lueur qui habite l’oeil (2016), devenir nuit, cinq ombres décousues, centrifuges (2014), lumières passagères, sang d’encre (2010). Laquet a reçu le prix Arthur Rimbaud et est un artiste plasticien reconnu.
French poet Martin Laquet “writes the night and paints the day, rarely the opposite.” He was born the day philosopher Martin Heidegger died. Purely by coincidence, but a good one. Recent publications include: day after night, the pass of the wind (2017), this glow that dwells in the eye (2016), become night, five disjointed shadows, centrifugal (2014), passing lights, blood of ink (2010). Laquet is also a recipient of the Arthur Rimbaud Award and an established visual artist.