Anne-Marie Albiach

Anne-Marie Albiach
Born (1937-08-09)9 August 1937
Died 4 November 2012(2012-11-04) (aged 75)
Language French
Citizenship French
Genres poetry; translation
Literary movement Claude Royet-Journoud, Emmanuel Hocquard

Anne-Marie Albiach (9 August 1937 4 November 2012)[1] was a contemporary French poet and translator.


Anne-Marie Albiach's poetry is characterized by, among other things, an inventive use of spacing on the printed page. With Claude Royet-Journoud and Michel Couturier, she co-edited the magazine Siécle a mains, where she first published her translation of Louis Zukofsky's "A-9".

Today, Albiach is associated in France with poets Claude Royet-Journoud and Emmanuel Hocquard, all three being, at various times, translated and published by the American poets Keith Waldrop and Rosmarie Waldrop via Burning Deck, their influential small press. [2]


Critical works on Albiach's writing and interviews


  1. "Anne-Marie Albiach, figure de la poésie française contemporaine". Retrieved 2012-11-11.
  2. "Anne-Marie Albiach (1937-2012)". Jacket2. Retrieved 2012-11-11.

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