Monday poetry: today, “no poem”

Contrary to what the title of this article suggests, Guy Goffette has not given up writing poetry. It’s quite the opposite. In French toast, the Belgian author’s latest collection, you can see how much of it is part of his daily life: his poems are always the breeding ground for continuous dialogue with his friends, […]

Nicole Flattery’s book “Show Them How To Have Fun”

Milan, mid-April: a normal day in the supermarket Picture: dpa About the love of potted plants, rancid melancholy and dates on the verge of a nervous breakdown: How a young Irish writer hits the tone of time with her stories on the verge of the apocalypse. Es are post-consumerist times. Young people watch their dreams […]

Annual General Meeting decides at the end of the Comdirect

Dhe shareholders’ associations SdK and DSW have criticized the fact that the general meeting of Comdirect was only held online on Tuesday, even though the decision to squeeze out the minority shareholders was a very important topic on the agenda. CEO Frauke Hegemann, who has been in office since the beginning of the year, said […]

Célimène Daudet, sweet touches – Culture / Next

How is Célimène Daudet? Very well, she is in confinement. Like musicians all over the world, the pianist watches the hours pass away from the virus, without knowing when she can return to the stages. But she still has a news in her bow. In this case the release of a new album, Black Mass, […]

At war with boredom: barred western, surrealism and variétoc

1-With opium western Those who have retained the name of S. Craig Zahler for his remarkable thriller Dragged over the bitumen, released directly on video on demand and in the hollow of last summer, will be delighted to learn that his first feature has landed on Prime Video. Released in 2015, Bone Tomahawk works the […]

At war with boredom: a balustrade, broken glass and hammer blows

1 – With a joker headdress Another time, another deconfinement. In February 2017, the Opéra-Comique is under construction. It cannot open its new season within its walls and calls on the Théâtre du Châtelet, which will itself be under construction a few weeks later, for the creation of the opera. Fantasio, according to Musset, a […]

“Bengalie” of Neva

The authors who published a book this year during the first half of March are not going to forget their misfortune. The essayists, those who have carried out investigations, signed documents, will remain present in the media, from time to time, as specialists in this or that subject. Not all novelists will have this chance. […]

Nationale 7: trip to the borders of France

Mathias Depardon should have fixed this spring from the banks of the Tiger, in Iraq. Or at least that is what was on his agenda, before the pandemic and the border closure kept him in France. His country, which he had not yet photographed since 2009 – and at the time, already, by his band […]

“Three Women”, letters of nobility in the Age of Enlightenment

What bond then unites these three women of the XVIIIe century? The first, Madame du Deffand, little known to the general public, has gone down in history for its qualities as a salt shaker. The second, Mrs. Roland, owes her notoriety to the fact of having exclaimed, it is said, in front of the scaffold: […]