Samira Negrouche

Samira Negrouche was born in Algiers where she still lives. She is a poet and translator, and also a doctor, who has privileged her literary projects over the practice of medicine for several years. Her work crosses physical, linguistic, and artistic boundaries: she has frequently collaborated with visual artists and musicians. Her books include A l’ombre de Grenade (Lettres Char-Nues, 2003), Le Jazz des oliviers (Éditions du Tell, 2010) and Six arbres de fortune autour de ma baignoire (Éditions Mazette, 2017).

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