Nicolas Pesquès is the author of some fifteen volumes of poetry, the two most recent published by Flammarion. His work over the past twenty years constitutes a long meditation on the nature of language considered in relation to a mountain, Juliau, in south-central France. Three have been published in English translation—Physis (Free Verse Editions, 2006), Juliology (Counterpath, 2008), and Overyellow, which just came out this fall from Free Verse Editions. With his wife, Maïtreyi, he has co-translated a number of contemporary American poets, including Claudia Rankine and Lyn Hejinian. He has also written extensively on visual artists, including Gilles Aillaud, Aurelie Nemours, Anne Deguelle, and Paul Wallach. Active for years in animated films, he produced versions of Tintin and Asterix, among others. He lives in Paris and in the Berry.