Dr Erik Martiny has taught Anglophone literature and film in Cork, Aix-en-Provence, Saint-Germain-en-Laye and Paris. He currently teaches literature and translation to Khâgne students in the Lycée Molière and Paris Sciences et Lettres (PSL). He has published articles on poetry and fiction in The Wallace Stevens Journal, Etudes Anglaises, The Cambridge Quarterly and other periodicals. His thesis on the poetics of filiation, Intertextualité et filiation paternelle dans la poésie anglophone (L’Harmattan), was published in 2008. He has also written on the connections between film and fiction, having edited a volume of essays for Sedes/Armand Colin (Lolita: From Nabokov to Kubrick and Lyne) in 2009. In 2011 he edited A Companion to Poetic Genre for Wiley-Blackwell. He is a literary reviewer for the Times Literary Supplement, The Cambridge Quarterly and The London Magazine. His articles on contemporary art have appeared in Fjords Review, Aesthetica Magazine, Frieze Magazine and Whitewall magazine.
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