Samuel Buckman
This little and everything capsizes
Samuel Buckman

This little and everything capsizes

Samuel Buckman
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This little and everything capsizes is a collection of poetry which navigates between more or less calm and turbulent waters. The wind blows, the words race or fall apart, the boat rocks, but despite the threat that rumbles in the title, we climb aboard and stay the course.

The little is what we didn't expect but which we discover slipped into a detail, between words, in images, which reveals itself in small touches to end up shaking us up, making our certainties waver, us take us elsewhere, further, closer to ourselves.

Samuel Buckman was born in 1972 in Saint-Omer and today lives in Caen, in Normandy. Alongside his activity as a visual artist, he is the author of a first collection entitled Des riens , published by Éditions Potentille.

Excerpt :
“Our deep furrows infuse
and release the spores of our time
in the vain shift
forever lost. »

Genre : poetry

Collection : Echoes / No. 2

Cover artwork : © Samuel Buckman – La Maison (diptych, acrylic on canvas, 2019 )

Book format: 12 cm x 18.5 cm – 142 pages

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