Jean-Philippe Cazier

 
Jean-Philippe Cazier (born 1966 in Sète, France) is a poet and writer, author of numerous fictional texts. He collaborated for various magazines, including Inventaire/Invention, Chaoïd, Inculte, Concepts, Chimères, and Diacritik. He published studies on Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari, Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida, Henri Michaux, Oliver Rohe, Leon Chestov, and Jacques Doillon. Cazier translated the works of Jorge Sanjines, María Galindo (Mujeres Creando), Blanca Wiethüchter, and Kathy Acker.
 
Jean-Philippe Cazier - Theory of MultiDream - A cosmic-dream investigation by H.P. Lovecraft
2017
English edition
Dis Voir - Illustrated Fairy Tales for Adults
A tale loosely inspired by both the contemporary astrophysicist Aurelien Barrau's work on multiverses and the turn-of-the-century author H.P. Lovecraft's mystical stories. The book entwines astrophysics and fantasy literature through fiction, deconstructing the frameworks of narration, logic, identity, space, and time. Illustrated by Andréa Marchal, after Barrau's works.
Jean-Philippe Cazier - Théorie des MultiRêves - Une enquête cosmo-onirique de H.P. Lovecraft
2017
French edition
Dis Voir - Illustrated Fairy Tales for Adults
A tale loosely inspired by both the contemporary astrophysicist Aurelien Barrau's work on multiverses and the turn-of-the-century author H.P. Lovecraft's mystical stories. The book entwines astrophysics and fantasy literature through fiction, deconstructing the frameworks of narration, logic, identity, space, and time. Illustrated by Andréa Marchal, after Barrau's works.
Jean-Philippe Cazier - L\'la phrase. L\'
2017
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
A poetic and philosophical text investigating the use of the sentence.
Jean-Philippe Cazier - Ce texte et autres textes
2015
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
A long length poem by French poet, translator and writer Jean-Philippe Cazier.


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