Méryl Marchetti

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Méryl Marchetti (born on August 13, 1982) is a French writer and poet. Since 1999, Méryl Marchetti founds in Pau the group "La Travarde" where he criticizes the form collection and invents other modes of organization of the corpora of poems such as the play-of-tanks, circles polypoetic (or game piece). For him the collection exerts the spirit of synthesis of its reader, whereas the play-of-tanks suggests an inner struggle. An essential characteristic is that there is no pre-arranged sequence of poems, therefore, play-of-tanks have elements of improvisation. Through the French Group of new education and the festival of Uzeste it joined very quickly the Ligne Imaginot.

Méryl Marchetti's works[edit]

    • Of what to bite (Soleils et Cendre, Soleils et Cendres, Solicendristes, 2002)
    • Conférence of the Troughs (Encres Vives, Collection Encres Blanches, 2002)
    • Nail and Abyss (Encres Vives, Collection Encres Blanches, 2005)
    • Stone nervous and flexible still that fragile (Encres Vives, Collection Encres Blanches, 2007)
    • To teach itself plunders ([1], Soleils et Cendres, Solicendristes, 2007)
    • Scorpion Bay (Encres Vives, Collection Encres Blanches, 2008)