Linda Maria Baros

France


This is how I imagine the death of poetry like some light skinned off the retina in an occult basement, with a projector aimed at my eyes.

Linda Maria Baros

Linda Maria Baros (1981) has published six collections of poetry and was awarded the Poetical Calling Prize 2004 and the prestigious Apollinaire Prize 2007, she now defends the cause as general secretary of the jury. In parallel, she has written two plays, as well as two literary studies, and translated over thirty books.

In 2013, her poetry, which has already been published in several anthologies and reviews around the world, earned her an election to the Mallarmé Academy.

Linda Maria Baros holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from the Sorbonne University. In Paris, where she lives, she is general secretary of the Comparative Literature College, director of the Festival franco-anglais de poésie/French-English Poetry Festival and editor in chief of the international poetry and visual art review La Traductière.