NICOLAS CAVAILLÈS

NICOLAS CAVAILLÈS

NICOLAS CAVAILLÈS (b. 1981, France) has worked for the last ten years as a literary translator from Romanian into French. He translated several Romanian writers, such us Constantin Acosmei, Gabriela Adameşteanu, Mircea Cărtărescu, Norman Manea, Ileana Mălăncioiu, Dumitru Țepeneag, Urmuz, and Matei Vişniec, among others. He edited Cioran’s French works in Bibliothèque de la Pléiade (Gallimard, 2011) and he wrote several books, published by Éditions du Sonneur, among which The Life of Mr. Leguat, that was awarded the Goncourt Prize for short stories, in 2014. He coordinates the micro-publishing house hochroth-Paris, where he initiated the collection sine die, dedicated to Romanian poets. In 2019, he published the anthology À voix de grenouille et à voix d’oiseau. Seize poètes roumains contemporains, at Caractères Publishing House.

France