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Brook

Brook is an independent publishing house based in Paris, specialising in hybrid forms of contemporary writing, poetry, essays, fiction, critique and theory. Founded in 2018 by Rosanna Puyol and Jessica Bambal, Brook focuses on translating into French texts interested in, and nourished by, intersectionality, feminism, antiracism, postcolonial and queer studies.
Brook was initiated as an evolving video programme designed to promote artists' video work, moving image, sound or text based practices across borders, brought to life by curators Róisín McQueirns and Rosanna Puyol.
Paris
 
7 titles
 
Shulamith Firestone - Zones mortes
2020
French edition
First French translation of Shulamith Firestone's first novel.
Laura Mulvey - Fétichisme et curiosité
2019
French edition
French edition of Laura Mulvey's writings which range from analyses of Xala, Citizen Kane and Blue Velvet, to an extended engagement with the creations of Native American artist Jimmie Durham and the feminist photographer Cindy Sherman.
2021
forthcoming
The first collection of texts published in French by the Argentinian artist and poet.
2021
French edition
forthcoming
A collection of texts by fifteen contemporary Brazilian authors who approach the notions of care and privilege from a decolonial critical perspective.
2021
French edition
forthcoming
Saidiya Hartman traces the history of the Atlantic slave trade by recounting a journey she took along a slave route in Ghana. Following the trail of captives from the hinterland to the Atlantic coast, she reckons with the blank slate of her own genealogy and vividly dramatizes the effects of slavery on three centuries of African and African American history.
2021
French edition
forthcoming
First French translation of José Esteban Muñoz's field defining work—an intellectual inspiration for a generation of LGBTQ scholars.
2021
French edition
forthcoming
A political and aesthetic critique of racial capitalism and modes of social experimentation in the form of resistance to the colonial commons.
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