Emmanuel Hocquard (born in 1940 in Cannes) is a French poet who grew up in Tangier, Morocco. He served as the editor of the small press [1 ] Orange Export Ltd. and, with Claude Royet-Journoud, edited two anthologies of new American poets, 21+1: Poètes américains ď aujourďhui (with a corresponding English volume, 21+1 American Poets Today) and 49+1. In 1989, Hocquard founded and directed "Un bureau sur l'Atlantique", an association fostering relations between French and American poets.
Besides poetry, he has written essays, a novel, and translated American and
Portuguese poets including Charles Reznikoff, Michael Palmer, Paul Auster, Benjamin Hollander, Antonio Cisneros, and Fernando Pessoa. With the artist Alexandre Delay, he made a video film, Le Voyage à Reykjavik.
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A Day in the Strait, translated by Maryann De Julio & Jane Staw, (Red Dust, New York, 1985); "narration"
Late Additions, translated by Rosmarie Waldrop and Connell McGrath, "Serie d'Ecriture Nº 2", (Spectacular Diseases, Peterborough, UK, 1988); poems
Elegies & Other Poems, translated by John A. Scott, (Shearsman Books, Plymouth, UK, 1989) ; poetry
Aerea in the Forests of Manhattan, translated by Lydia Davis, (The Marlboro Press, Marlboro, Vermont, 1992); novel
Of Mists and Clouds, translated by Mark Hutchinson, (The Noble Rider, Paris).
Elegy 7, translated by Pam Rehm & Keith Waldrop, "Serie d'Ecriture Nº 7", ( Burning Deck, Providence (RI), 1993); poetry
Theory of Tables, translated by Michael Palmer, Afterword translation by Norma Cole, (Providence, RI: O-blek editions, 1994); poems
The Garden of Sallust and other writings, translated by Mark Hutchinson, (The Noble Rider, Paris, 1995).
The Library at Trieste, translated by Mark Hutchinson, (The Noble Rider, Paris); a talk given in 1987 at the University of California, San Diego
This Story Is Mine: Little Autobiographical Dictionary of Elegy translated by Norma Cole, (Instress, 1999); poems
Codicil & Plan for Pond 4, translated by Ray DiPalma & Juliette Valéry, (The Post Apollo Press, 1999); poems
A Test of Solitude: Sonnets, translated by Rosmarie Waldrop, ( Burning Deck, Providence (RI), 2000); poems
Conditions of Light, translated by Jean-Jacques Poucel, (Fence Books/La Presse, 2010); poems
The Invention of Glass, translated by Cole Swensen and Rod Smith, (Canarium Books, 2012); poems
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