New Homad Website Launched


New Homad Site

Happy to announce that my new website  is now up & running. I call it “Homad,” as I did the old one, it being a more homey static “nomade immobile” site (with archival aims) as against this here more nomadically active blog. The old warning “Ralentir Travaux!” will remain active for awhile as I still need to bring over some of the LINKS, such as the Eric Mottram homages & such materials.

In case you wonder about the background, it is a picture I snapped (plain old iPhone) five years ago in the refuge of Father Charles de Foucauld in the Assakrem region of the Tassili high plateau in the southern Sahara, southeast of the oasis town of Tamanrassat.

Click on the pix above & you will be taken there (to the website, I mean, unhappily not to the Tassili…) Enjoy, & let me know if something doesn’t work. My thanks to Yanyi Luo, who did the work.

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Pierre Joris

Pierre Joris is a poet, translator, essayist & anthologist who has published more than 50 books, most recently, Meditations on the Stations of Mansur al-Hallaj (poems) from Chax Press and The University of California Book of North African Literature (volume 4 in the Poems for the Millennium series), coedited with Habib Tengour. Exile is My Trade: A Habib Tengour Reader edited & translated by Joris, and Pierre Joris: Cartographies of the In-between, essays on Joris’ work edited by Peter Cockelbergh, came out in 2012. Forthcoming are Barzakh — Poems 2000-2012 (Black Widow Press) & Breathturn Into Timestead:The Collected Later Poems of Paul Celan (FSG).

Comment on “New Homad Website Launched”

  1. I know you will be much surprised to find that this old Luddite clicked and it worked. How lovely. The question now becomes, will I get back? News to follow.

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