Kevin Hart (ed.), Nowhere Without No: In Memory of Maurice Blanchot
Published shortly after Blanchot’s death in 2003, Nowhere Without No: In Memory of Maurice Blanchot is a work of mourning by the friends of the great French writer, critic and philosopher. Including Jacques Derrida’s eulogy to Blanchot, Nowhere Without No gathers together work by Jean-Luc Nancy, Lydia Davis, Pierre Joris, Charlotte Mandell and many others.
Born in the UK, Kevin Hart (editor) grew up in London and Brisbane, and now lives in the USA. He is the author of nine collections of poetry, including Flame Tree: Selected Poems (2002). He has won both the Victorian and NSW Premiers’ Awards for Poetry, and the Christopher Brennan Award for a sustained contribution to Australian poetry. His published works include studies of Jacques Derrida, A.D. Hope, Samuel Johnson and Maurice Blanchot, and a translation of the poems of Giuseppe Ungaretti.
2003. 56pp. ISBN 097515060X.