Şeyhmus Dağtekin

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Seyhmus Dagtekin, Photo: Michel Durigneux

Şeyhmus Dağtekin (born in 1964) is a Kurdish poet and writer. Dağtekin was born in the village of Olgunlar in Adıyaman Province in Turkey. He currently resides in France, Paris, where has lived since 1987. He writes in Turkish, Kurdish or French, and is the author of seven poetry books, and a novel À la source, la nuit. He has played a leading role in renewing French poetry.[1][2][3]

Awards[edit]

Şeyhmus Dağtekin has received prizes in France: The Mallarmé Poetry Prize 2007 and The Théophile Gautier Poetry Prize of The Académie française 2008 for his book Juste un pont sans feu, The Yvan Goll International Francophone Poetry Prize for Les chemins du nocturne and the special mention of The Five Continents of the Francophonie Prize in 2004 for his novel.

Works[edit]

  • Sortir de l'abîme, manifeste, Le Castor astral (2018)
  • A l'ouest des ombres, Le Castor astral (2016)
  • Élégies pour ma mère, Le Castor astral (2013)
  • To the Spring, by Night, MQUP (2013)
  • Ma maison de guerre, Le Castor astral (2011)
  • Au fond de ma barque, L'Idée bleue (2008)
  • Juste un pont sans feu, Le Castor astral (2007)
  • La langue mordue, Le Castor astral - Écrits des Forges (2005)
  • À la source, la nuit, Robert Laffont (2004)
  • Couleurs démêlées du ciel, Le Castor Astral - Écrits des Forges (2003)
  • Le verbe temps, Le Castor Astral - Écrits des Forges (2001)
  • Les chemins du nocturne, Le Castor Astral (2000)
  • Artères-solaires, L'Harmattan (1997)
  • Aşkın Yalın Hali, Ünlem Yayınları, 1992

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Biographie" (in French). Retrieved 15 July 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. ^ "Şeyhmus Dağtekin". Retrieved 15 July 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. ^ "Seyhmus Dagtekin". Retrieved 15 July 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

External links[edit]

  • Şeyhmus Dağtekin Website [1]
  • MQUP's page: [2]
  • Review Quill and Quire: [3]
  • Review Montreal Review of Books: [4]
  • On Nomadics [5]
  • The Publisher Castor Astral Website [6]
  • Printemps des Poètes Website [7]

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