Olivier Cadiot in 2013
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Olivier Cadiot (born 1956) is a French writer, poet, dramatist and translator.
Cadiot was born in Paris. His first book of poems, L'Art poetic, in which he used the cut-up technique, was published in 1988. In 1993, Cadiot published Futur, ancient, fugitive, and in 1997 he published Le Colonel des zouaves. In these books he proposed novels as poems. In 1995 and 1996 he coedited the Revue de Littérature générale with Pierre Alféri.
- L'art poétic, POL, Paris, 1988 ISBN 2-86744-555-8
- Roméo & Juliette, POL, Paris, 1989 ISBN 2-86744-162-5
- Futur, ancien, fugitif, POL, Paris, 1993 ISBN 2-86744-305-9
- Le Colonel Des Zouaves, POL, Paris, 1997 ISBN 2-86744-550-7
- (in French) Author page on the POL site
- (in French) Olivier Cadiot : « Tout roman est une proposition », Le Monde, 11 January 2007
- (in French) Cap au mieux: Interview by Olivier Cadiot, Vacarme, n° 45, autumn 2008.
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