Sylvain Courtoux

 
Sylvain Courtoux (born 1976 in Bordeaux) is a writer, poet, and electro-punk musician, who collaborated with Jérôme Bertin, Charles Pennequin, and Mehdi Belhaj Kacem.
 
Sylvain Courtoux - L\'Avant-garde, Tête brûlée, Pavillon noir - Post-poème épique (+ CD)
2019
French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature – Al Dante
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
A total and exploded socio-politico-poetic inquiry into the poetic milieu, based on a textual-visual-sound device.
Sylvain Courtoux - Consume rouge - Post-poèmes de combat (+ CD)
2014
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
Large format album showcasing the autobiographical and reflective poetry of Sylvain Courtoux. These hybrid texts featuring visual collages and typographic experiments are accompanied by a recording of noise music entitled Dead By A Thousand Sources.
Sylvain Courtoux - Still Nox
2011
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
An autobiographical tale in which the author tells the story of his addiction to a powerful sleeping pill.
Sylvain Courtoux - Vie et mort d\'un poète de merde (+ CD)
2010
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
The life and death of a shitty poet: a fake concept album on the trials and tribulations of a young literary mind and rock'n roll enthusiast.
Sylvain Courtoux - Nihil, Inc.
2008
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
A gamebook in which the reader evolves in a burroughsian world threatened by a crime and terrorist corporation.


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