Selected for the Prix du roman d’écologie in 2018, French writer Pierre Ducrozet explores the limits of environmental and ecological militantism, and the place of younger generations in these struggles in L’Invention des corps and La Vie qu’on voulait. He will be in conversation with literary critic and former Granta editor John Freeman, for whom he has translated into French the poetry collection Maps - a cartography of meaningful wanderings throughout the world from Algiers to Sarajevo.
Related / Latest Publications:
|Pierre Ducrozet, L’invention des corps (Actes Sud, 2017)|
|John Freeman, Maps (Copper Canyon Press, 2017)|