Antoine Wauters was born in Liège, Belgium, in 1981. He has studied philosophy, with a work based on Nietzsche, Foucault and Bioethics. He has published the collections "Os" (2008), "La Bouche en quatre" (2008) and "Debout sur la Langue", from which these ten fragments have been selected and translated. "Debout sur la Langue" (2008) received in 2009 the Emile Polak prize, given by the Académie royale de langue et littérature françaises de Belgique. A bilingual edition of "Debout sur la Langue", translated into Portuguese by Juliana Bratfisch, will be released by Lumme Editor later in 2010. His most recent poetry collection is titled "Ali si on veut" and will be released in France by Cheyne Editeur. He has authored two novels, "Un homme ulcéré" and "Césarine de nuit", and the play "Les animaux de paroles". He has read in several festivals and is a member of a collective called RéEvolution Poétique. He is coeditor with Ben Arès and David Besschops of the magazine "Matières à poésie", and his texts have been published in various magazines in Belgium, France, Canada and Germany. The poet lives in Liège, where he teaches philosophy and writes screenplays. He is also the editor of "langue vive". Visit his page on Hilda Magazine for English translations:
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