Poetry Monday: today, “like an owl hooted the black garden”

“Here is the nun receiving foreign spies at night now!” These words would have been made by Stalin, informed that the Russian poet Anna Akhmatova … Read more

“I will miss you tomorrow”, Norwegian Hamlet

First novel translated into French by the Norwegian Heine Bakkeid, 46, I will miss you tomorrow opens a trilogy around an archetypal character from the … Read more

Conflans attack: the terrible gear at the college of Bois-d’Aulne

In her checkered notebook, Célia (1), 13, carefully wrote down her course on press freedom. In red pen, student of 4e 5 wrote: “Situation dilemma: … Read more

Soviet ghosts by Natascha Wodin

Yevgenya Yakovlevna Ivashchenko, the author’s mother, has always been on the wrong side, but the portrayal of her daughter is poignant. “If you had seen … Read more