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October 7 2022 07:00PM
The Falling by Marie Lund / booklaunch & edition

Please join us to celebrate the release of this beautiful artist’s book, made in collaboration with Frederik Worm and designed by Åbäke. We are also installing – and selling! – Marie Lund’s newest edition, an enameled…

October 5 2022 07:00PM
Craig Owens / Le discours des autres

Nous sommes ravi.e.s d'accueillir les éditeurs de MMPLH en conversation avec Gaëtan Thomas, qui a établi et traduit ce recueil, un document essentiel à l'histoire politique et critique de l'art.
Aussi, pour toustes…

Tèque #2

Tèque s’intéresse à la vie des technologies et à nos vies avec elles.

Amazon de l’intérieur, Anonyme
Les pièges de l’attention, Nick Seaver
Cringe & probabilités, Robin James
Survivre avec l’algo,…


This book is an exhibition. The pages can be arranged in sequence on a wall, creating a site-specific installation of 340 individual images over 21 square meters. Distributed in a limited edition of 750 copies, Martens…

Quantum Listening

In response to the anti-war movements of the 1960s, pioneering musician and composer Pauline Oliveros began to expand the way she made music, experimenting with meditation, movement and activism in her compositions. Fascinated…

Houses To Die In and Other Essays on Art

The undead of contemporary painting, avant-garde populism, photography courting stupidity, fraught networking, synthetic atmospheres, displaced abstractions, and the mediation of pain: these are among the subjects treated…

Le degré 41 sinapisé – Lecture on Pearl Disease, Paris 1922

First volume in bie bao series dedicated to militant zaum investigations of Ilya Zdanevich aka Iliazd (1894-1975), a poet, designer, typographer, theoretician, and publisher who developed a new philosophy and methodology…

MACLEOD, Clem (ed.)
Worms (Five)

In this issue, we explore New Narrative alongside writers working today that incorporate some of it’s themes. Our cover star Saidiya Hartman talks with Rhea Dillon about the limits and processes of creating stories from…

VAN BENNEKOM, Jop; JONKERS, Gert; FELDMANN, Nathaniel (eds.)
BUTT #31

The sudden return of your favorite fag mag continues with a thrilling 31st issue. Comedian Jordan Firstman goes cruising with Bruce LaBruce. NYC nightlife legend Sophia Lamar talks straight with Arca. Artist Soufiane Ababri…

HOWE, Susan; GUMBS, Alexis Pauline
Who Is Queen? 4: Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Susan Howe

Poets and writers Susan Howe and Alexis Pauline Gumbs read each other’s work and discuss reading and being read as an act of intimacy.


"In/somnia explores fissures within words as places where thought enters. Sleepless sleepers, we dream among ever more complex and hallucinatory realitites: `in/tense/in/season'"—Rosmarie Waldrop

WORTH, Aaron
The Night Wire and other Tales of Weird Media

The Night Wire is an original anthology exploring a topical issue of how technology has shaped our culture and literature. It features a mixture of popular supernatural authors such as Algernon Blackwood and H.…


From the brilliantly original novelist and cultural critic Lynne Tillman comes MOTHERCARE, an honest and beautifully written account of a sudden, drastically changed relationship to one’s mother, and of the time…

WILK, Elvia
Death by landscape

In this constellation of essays, Elvia Wilk asks what kinds of narratives will help us rethink our human perspective toward Earth. The book begins as an exploration of the role of fiction today and becomes a deep interrogation…


Where, or what, is home? What has it meant, historically and personally, to be ‘Italian’ or ‘English’, or both in a culture that prefers us to choose? What does it mean to have roots? Or to have left a piece of oneself…

TUTTI, Cosey Fanni
Re-Sisters. The Lives and Recordings of Delia Derbyshire, Margery Kempe & Cosey Fanni Tutti

In 2018, boundary-breaking visual and sonic artist Cosey Fanni Tutti received a commission to write the soundtrack to a film about Delia Derbyshire, the pioneering electronic composer who influenced the likes of Aphex…

Crystal Hotel X After 8 Books CAP

Celebrating what could have been but remains unlikely. One size fits all, bad hair days welcome. Disclaimer: book that hotel at your own risk !

Une collaboration qui n'existe que dans (sur) nos têtes. Une typo…

LACAVA, Stephanie
I Fear My Pain Interests You

Finally in, this was long-awaited *** come catch Stephanie LaCava in Paris on the 20th October here at the shop for the launch of the book !

Margot’s on her way to Montana, with blood on her face and a jeweled…

Dilla Time

Equal parts biography, musicology, and cultural history, Dilla Time chronicles the life and legacy of J Dilla, a musical genius who transformed the sound of popular music for the twenty-first century.

BENAZET, Luc; FROST, Jackqueline (eds.)
Senna Hoy #11

Le onzième numéro d'une nouvelle revue bilingue, Senna Hoy, qui a choisi pour titre le pseudonyme du militant anarchiste Johannes Holzmann (1882-1914) pour pratiquer la collecte et la traduction de textes de poésie contemporaine.…

LETTNER, Natalie
Maria Lassnig: The Biography

Maria Lassnig’s biography documents her boundary-breaking journey as an artist, from her humble beginnings in Austria to her exposure to international art in the 1940s, and on to New York, where, together with Louise Bourgeois,…

WEBBER, Mark (ed.)
The Afterimage Reader

“The British film journal Afterimage published thirteen issues (one of them a double number) between 1970 and 1987. Each edition had a dedicated title, and was centred on a collective theme or on individual filmmakers.…

Faux Pas. Selected Writings and Drawings (expanded edition)

* WOW ! * Very proud to annouce our third reprint of Amy Sillman's writings, now in an expanded edition: four new texts and many new drawings. An enhanced experience of the artist's witty, funny and overall amazing reflections…

Donald Dahmer

Donald Dahmer is a collection of poems by South London-born artist, Rhea Dillon. Written on her blog between 2018 and 2020, the publication was produced to mark her three month residency at V.O Curations. Dillon’s…

Les fourmis parlent tous bas

Un inventaire des divers objets (livre, statuettes, salade de doigts, vase, bottine) sculptés et émaillés par Virginie Clavereau. Avec un texte d'Alexandre Devaux.

ROBIAL, Étienne; GUILLOT, Antoine
La Fabrique d'Étienne Robial

La maison d’Etienne Robial, collectionneur aguerri, regorge d’objets chinés çà et là, d’époques, de formes et d’usages divers, qui font écho à ses multiples aventures graphiques et éditoriales. À travers sa pratique, il…

Seeing Things. Collected Writings on Art, Craft and Design

Alison Britton’s collected writings review the unstable place of craft in the spectrum of art and design. Now in a second edition, the essays included in Seeing Things reveal that ceramics, her central concern,…

TAYLOR, Catherine
Image Text Music

A series of textual and photographic essays that explore our encounters with the place where the visual meets the verbal. Taylor riffs on and subverts Roland Barthes’ classic 1977 essay collection, Image Music Text, using…

On Whiteness: The Racial Imaginary Institute

Cofounded in 2017 by authors Claudia Rankine and Beth Loffreda, the Racial Imaginary Institute (TRII) is an interdisciplinary collective of artists, writers, knowledge-producers and activists. The institute’s historic…

BOOM, Irma
Book Manifest

World renowned Dutch designer Irma Boom is known for her bold experimental approach to her projects, often challenging the convention of traditional books in both physical design and printed content. In the book "Book…

FROST, Jackqueline
Young Americans

Young Americans by Jackqueline Frost is a poetry collection that conjures a present teeming with the decadent violence of the confederate South.

The book is a narrative of becoming in the wartime petroleum…

Archives & Crimes

To enter a collective archive is to carry an anonymous corpse on your shoulders. You are not investigating how this corpse met its death so much as feeling impelled, somehow, to fill in the gaps that render it anonymous.…

MEUNIER, Karolien; GRAW, Isabelle; LICLAIR, Christian; SINOFZIK, Anna (eds.)
Texte Zur Kunst 32/127 (Sept. 2022) Resortization

With the help of the neologism “resortization,” this September issue of Texte zur Kunst discusses the structural transformation currently underway in the domain of art, which compels it to resemble a resort-like…


Jungle, ambient jungle, techstep, speed garage, darkcore, grime, dubstep, funky… Depuis le début des années 1990, une série de styles musicaux s’est répandue du Royaume-Uni jusqu’aux dancefloors du monde entier. Ces musiques…

Sedje Hémon. Emotion of Spirits

Dutch-Jewish painter and composer Sedje Hémon's (born Sedje Frank, 1923-2011) artistic practice was a deep deliberation on natural sciences, as well as an exploration of other ways of knowing. Her work was strongly influenced…

Ritmo volcán / Que nous raconte le volcan ?

What does the volcano tell us? ritmo volcán is the first monographic catalog by artist Minia Biabiany. Based in Guadeloupe, her artistic practice has been key to reflect on the ongoing process of colonization…

Sitara Abuzar Ghaznawi / Emmy Hennings

This publication brings together the first translations in English of poems and writing by Emmy Hennings (b. 1885, d. 1948) with the work of Zurich-based artist Sitara Abuzar Ghaznawi (b. 1995). Hennings, co-founder of…

BÜHLER, Melanie
The Art of Critique

We live in a moment in which institutions, including those central to the art world, are facing a surge of public scrutiny. Propelled by social media, profound questions about how institutions operate—whether structurally,…

HOYT, Satch; GUEVARA, Paz (ed.)
Afro-Sonic Mapping

“Imagine a counter-journey through a multi-media mixing board of Afro-Sonic resistance beginning on the Southwest coast of Africa in 1483 and playing back live the layered improvisations of Angolan musicians and artists…

Autobiography #9 : Thomas Hirschhorn

A collection of portraits of Thomas Hirschhorn throughout the years — from his childhood in Switzerland to his exhibitions around the world, the artist is pictured in company of his family and/or fellow artists, curators,…

Du choix à la polarité : politiques de, et , & dans l'art

Comment passer d'une lecture paranoïaque à une lecture réparatrice ? Comment ne pas être dupe des choix binaires qu'impose la cullture capitaliste néolibérale ? Comment continuer à jouer avec les représentations, quand…

Le Sang ! / Blood!
bah entre les prophéties auto-réalisatrices, les dissonances cognitives, les faux souvenirs et les collérations illusoires ; je suis à la recherche d'où je suis, de qui j'étais et vers quoi…
LUND, Marie
The Falling

The Falling was the title of the exhibition staged at Kunstmuseum St.Gallen in 2021–22 by artist Marie Lund. Following her invitation, artist Frederik Worm documented the project through a series of images, taken…

Mein Album, My Album

The complex, enigmatic work of Meret Oppenheim (1913–85) has lost nothing of its allure in the present day. Much has been written about her career and her art. Yet very little is known about the real person, who always…

TATE, Greg
Flyboy 2
Since launching his career at the Village Voice in the early 1980s Greg Tate has been one of the premiere critical voices on contemporary Black music, art, literature, film, and politics. Flyboy 2 provides…
WEBSTER, Jamieson
Disorganisation & Sex

Never does the patient seem more ill than when they try to order associations into a logical tale. Classical analysis sees this in terms of a repudiation of sexuality: an attempt to avoid speaking…

HOWE, Fanny
London-rose. Beauty Will Save the World

The story of failure asks one question only: What do people who lose do next? “Let the best one win.” War is one way. The other way is religion. Let me at the stakes. It’s so much a matter of…

MILLER, John (ed.)
Weird Woods

Another Tales of the Weird anthology from John Miller, who previously edited Tales of the Tattooed and will publish The Philosophy of Tattoos with the British Library in Autumn 2020. The tales in this…

The All Night Movie

Created by Mary Heilmann in 1999, The All Night Movie beautifully wraps a memoir inside of a monograph, creating an artist book in which each page is designed as though it were a painting. The artist delicately…

ARAEEN, Rasheed; JAMAL, Mahmood (eds.)
Black Phoenix: Third World Perspective on Contemporary Art and Culture

This publication is a compilation of all three issues of the journal Black Phoenix published as a single volume. Edited and published by Rasheed Araeen and Mahmood Jamal between 1978 and 1979 in the United Kingdom, Black…

Ways of Being

Recent years have seen rapid advances in 'artificial' intelligence, which increasingly appears to be something stranger than we ever imagined. At the same time, we are becoming more aware of the other intelligences which…

KUMPF, Lawrence; MAXIN, Tyler (eds)
Blank Forms #08: Jerry Hunt. Transmissions from the Pleroma

This volume represents the first ever book-length collection devoted to the underknown composer's work, and includes a biographical essay by Tyler Maxin and Lawrence Kumpf, interviews with and essays by Jerry Hunt, detailed…

GERRITY, Jeanne; HUBERMAN, Anthony
What happens between the knots? (A Series of Open Questions, vol. 3)

The third volume of the Wattis Institute's annual reader is informed by themes found in the work of Cecilia Vicuña, including ecofeminism, indigenous forms of knowledge, poetry and politics, dissolution and extinction,…

POVINELLI, Elizabeth A.
E-flux journal – Routes & Worlds

Elizabeth Povinelli's anthropology of the otherwise locates itself within forms of life that run counter to dominant modes of being under late settler liberalism. In these essays, she considers the emergence of new worlds…

COLES, Alex; ROSSI, Catharine (eds)
EP Vol. 3 – Post-Craft

The notion of the handmade has shifted from the margins to center stage. Craft's value is increasingly recognized across creative, economic, social, cultural, and political contexts. Owing to dissolving disciplinary boundaries…

After Institutions

Faced with waning state support, declining revenue, and forced entrepreneurialism, museums have become a threatened public space. Simultaneously, they have assumed the role of institutional arbiter in issues of social…

The Cricket. Black Music in Evolution, 1968-69

A complete facsimile of The Cricket, an important but underknown music magazine edited by poets and writers Amiri Baraka, A. B. Spellman, and Larry Neal in 1968–69—a rare document of the Black Arts Movement.

BARTON, Rick; FELDMAN, Rachel (ed.)
Writing a Chrysanthemum. The Drawings of Rick Barton

“Rick Barton should have been a San Francisco legend,” declared author and artist Etel Adnan in a 1998 essay. Working primarily in pen or brush and ink in a kaleidoscopic linear style, Barton (1928–92), who was born and…

Queer St Ives and Other Stories

This first ever queer history of St Ives weaves together biography with art and social history to shine new light on a pivotal era in the development of British modernism.
Based on original interviews and previously…

Realty. Beyond the Traditional Blueprints of Art & Gentrification

Based on a long-term program led by KW Berlin curator and writer Tirdad Zolghadr, Realty promotes strategies to overcome contemporary art’s complicity with gentrification, and to instead put the massive leverage and wealth…

VAN DER HEIDE, Yolande Zola Zoli; LE MELLE, Taylor
A Lasting Truth Is Change

Transformative justice movements—including the abolition of the prison system—consistently recognize the power of art. Culture workers simultaneously acknowledge the need to challenge the historical and institutional conditions…

ADNAN, Etel; FOMINAYA, Álvaro Rodríguez; The Otolith Group
Etel Adnan - Behind the Horizon Line

Besides her literary works, the celebrated Lebanese-American poet, essayist, and scholar Etel Adnan (1925–2021) also created visual works such as films, oil paintings, and tapestries. Published in conjunction with the…

Gryczkowska, Agnes (ed)
HR Giger & Mire Lee

Published with an exhibition bringing together the worlds of the late Swiss visionary Hans Ruedi Giger (1940–2014) and South Korean artist Mire Lee, this book beckons towards the darkest aisles of the human body and psyche.…

Stuck on the Platform: Reclaiming the Internet

No matter how hard you try to delete apps from your phone, the power of seduction draws you back. Doom-scrolling is the new normal of a 24/7 online life. Our addiction to large-scale platforms makes us unable to return…

DIMAYUGA, Angela; MISHAN, Ligaya
Filipinx: Heritage Recipes from the Diaspora

*CRAZY GRAPHIC DESIGN ALERT* Filipinx offers 100 deeply personal recipes—many of them dishes that define home for Angela Dimayuga and the more than four million people of Filipino descent in the United States.…

NIANG, Bocar

Un nouveau recueil de texte de Bocar Niang, entre prises de position, liste de prénoms, une démission d'un job et des considérations griottes sur la ville de Paris.

SYMS, Martine
Neural Swamp

Martine Syms’s Neural Swamp is an immersive installation that reflects the artist’s ongoing research into machine systems that erase or exploit Black bodies, voices, and narratives. This multichannel video presentation,…

FISCHLI, Peter; WEISS, David

This artist's book tells the story of Peter Fischli and David Weiss's Snowman, from 1987 to today. It chronicles the sculpture's various stations and development in the form of a wonderfully surprising picture essay. At…

Faux Pas. Écrits et Dessins

Finalement disponible en français ! Traduit – et édité – par Charlotte Houette, François Lancien-Guilberteau et Benjamin Thorel.

Combien pèse une couleur  ? Comment une forme peut-elle être politique  ? Les peintres…

GAMPER, Martino
INNESTO. Rubbing up the wrong treee

Grafting is used when a gardener wants to grow a new branch onto an established plant. The graft can lead the specimen to generate something very different out of its original form. Hollow tubular parts was the starting…

OWENS, Craig
Le discours des autres

Craig Owens (1950-1990) a bouleversé la théorie de l’art en une décennie d’intense travail. À la fin des années 1970, aux États-Unis, il s’engage dans l’aventure intellectuelle postmoderne, en quête d’alternatives à un…

The Serving Library - Annual 2022/23 (Meander)

From the 1960s, Croatian artist Julije Knifer (1924-2004) painted stark, snaking, geometric lines that he called meanders. The monotony and absurdity of this practice, and journaling about his non-progress every day, was…

JEANJEAN, Géraldine

The small French village Aumont, in which Géraldine Jeanjean's grandmother lives, is filled with childhood memories and has been a subject for the photographer's work for many years. Her photos are proof of what her stories…

PREUD'HOMME, Auriane; MAILLET, Roxanne (eds.)
Phylactère #2. Oh là là !

Phylactère est une revue annuelle à voix multiples, née du désir d’explorer l’écriture de l’oralité et les possibilités de retranscription de performance, à travers des visions authentiques, subjectives et spontanées.…

TORCHIA, Richard; SEE, Zachary (eds)
Photocopier. A Survey of Prints and Books (1974-83)

This catalogue was released in conjounction with the exhibition. Photocopier. A Survey of Prints and Books (1974-83) explores the initial phase of the cross-disciplinary practice of Pati Hill (1921–2014). Untrained…

MILLER, Nicole; MACKLER, Lauren (eds.)
Michael in Black by Nicole Miller

Michael in Black by Nicole Miller focuses on a single sculptural work by artist and filmmaker Nicole Miller: Michael in Black (2018), a bronze cast of Michael Jackson’s kneeling figure, poured from a…

The Window

The title is important. The poem is not the one who dies. You can order the book. Through the window of my bedroom.

God with Revolver

Dédié à l’expérience douloureuse d’un chagrin d'amour, ce recueil semble avoir été écrit dans un souffle. God with Revolver offre un témoignage vibrant du New York des années 1980, et s’adresse aux lecteurs d’aujourd’hui…

This Means Love

As an attempt to rediscover the basics of human connection in these isolated times, Laure Prouvost has developed a new ideographic language called ‘Legsicon’. The aim of Prouvost’s project is to unlearn and relearn language…

SELF, Jack (ed.)
Real Review #12

The people and things we want feel very far away. Everything else feels far too near. Daily life is incorrectly calibrated. Lockdown kept us painfully apart. The virtual keeps us painfully together. Everyone wants the…

SAMMUT, Paul (ed.)
Comic Velocity: HIV and AIDS in Comics

Comic Velocity: HIV and AIDS in Comics, curated by Paul Sammut for Visual AIDS, explores how artists and activists have used comics to create and shape conversations about HIV and AIDS. The exhibition’s title…

BLACK, Hannah
Tuesday or September or The End

The news reported over and over that everyone, every living American, was enraptured by the alien object. There were crowds at Jones Beach and the city had a hectic, anticipatory air, crammed with tourists of all kinds,…

URBONAS, Julijonas (ed.)
* as a Journal #2: Cosmos as a Journal

This second issue of the cultural magazine * as a Journal deals with the subject of space.

In “Cosmos as a Journal," Julijonas Urbonas tells readers about the Lithuanian Space Agency and his project Planet…

Nicole Eisenman

With a body of work that explores a broad spectrum of subjects - from lesbianism and feminism to contemporary politics and the natural world - Nicole Eisenman (b.1965) challenges convention and encourages viewers to construe…

ACKER, Kathy
In Memoriam to Identity

In this characteristically sexy, daring, and hyperliterate novel, Kathy Acker interweaves the stories of three characters who share the same tragic flaw: a predilection for doomed, obsessive love. Rimbaud, the delinquent…

Décor n° 02 – Vulgaire

Après un premier numéro manifeste consacré à la question du décor, ce second opus explore le « vulgaire », mot redoutablement polysémique et politique qui incarne toutes les tensions de notre époque.
À travers des…

HAUSLADEN, Katharina (ed.)
Texte Zur Kunst 32/126 (June 2022) Mourning

The June issue of Texte Zur Kunst is dedicated to the politics of memory and forms of ritualized mourning in art and culture. Rather than focusing on an analysis of an ostensibly universal emotion or general state…

Amor Cringe

Amor Cringe explores the dually base and beautiful aspects of self-obsessed media culture. In a perennial bohemian style, an unnamed, ungendered protagonist travels from coast to coast and affair to affair, stumbling…

RICH, Jeanetta
Black Venus Fly Trap

A shocking debut poetry collection that invites readers to grapple with the origins of a world that both hates and needs Black women. A disruptive hagiography of the Black Venus & Sapphire, mammy bulldaggers, and welfare…

Rooms: Women, Writing, Woolf

Thirty years ago, a professor threw a chair at Sina Queyras after they’d turned in an essay on Virginia Woolf.

Queyras returns to that contentious first encounter with Virignia Woolf to recover the body and thinking…

Moving to the Space of the Picture

‘Moving through the Space of the Picture and the Page’ brings together essays on six contemporary Belgian photobook makers and the way they deal with space, time, movement and surface within the book and within…

Trou Noir #1

Trou Noir ? Une proposition d´expérience politique et charnelle du monde qui, dans ce premier volume, explore les antagonismes internes à notre société : le fascisme de Renaud Camus de sa littérature homosexuelle du Tricks…

PERET, Benjamin
Les Couilles Enragées

Ce conte d'un érotisme frénétique et surréaliste, où perroquets, montres et miroirs sont saisis de furie génésique, a lui-même une drôle d'histoire. Alors qu'il devait paraitre en 1928 chez l'éditeur clandestin René Bonnel,…

MONNIN, Alexandre; LANDIVAR, Diego; BONNET, Emmanuel (eds)
Héritage et fermeture. Une écologie du démantèlement

Le « monde organisé », tramé par l'industrie et le management, menace aujourd'hui de s'effondrer. Alors que les mouvements progressistes rêvent de monde commun, nous héritons de communs bien peu bucoliques : des fleuves…

PETIT, Elodie
Fiévreuse Plébéienne (nouvelle édition)

« On habite ce que l’on peut : la faïence, la baignoire, le hlm, le trottoir, on construit une cabane. Du début à la fin on utilise l’amoure comme survie collective. » Fiévreuse plébéienne est un texte qui interroge la…

SKALI, Ghita
Narrative Machines – Professional magazine of medical fictions

Are there weird questions that have been haunting you all your life? Do you wonder why you pass out each mother in law comes to your place? Do you smell fish when you cook meat? Do you know of miraculous medical machines…

YOON, Seyoung
Cloud Bridge

A combination of a personal memoir with essays on contemporary artists, completed by short pieces of fiction, Cloud Bridge proposes a subjective approach to the South Korean art scene. In the book, Seyoung Yoon…

The Jacques Lacan Foundation

It’s fall (or autumn) 2018. The Trump administration wants to fortify the United States-Mexico border, Robert ‘Beto’ O'Rourke is running for Senate, and British grifter Nicki Smith has just secured a “low-paid glamour…


In 2004, poet Lisa Robertson published a chapbook, Rousseau’s Boat, poems culled from years of notebooks that are, nevertheless, by no means autobiographical. In 2010, she expanded the work into a full-length…

We Are Made of Diamond Stuff

Polar bears emerge from t-shirts. Reeboks come to life. Nothing is normal in the house of Mother Normal.
In Isabel Waidner’s second novel, we follow an unnamed narrator who looks like Eleven from Stranger Things,…

FETZER, Fanni (ed)
Vivian Suter: Bonzo, Tintin & Nina

*WOW* This comprehensive monograph surveys four decades of work by Swiss Argentine artist Vivian Suter (born 1949), from early drawings and her painterly wall reliefs of the 1980s to her recent outdoor installations.

ZÉLY, Eugénie
Thune amertume fortune

Thune Amertume Fortune raconte la possibilité d’une révolution. Eva Sig est pauvre. Elle vit en Vendée. Ses journées sont organisées autour de la nécessité de ne pas…