Orianne Papin, the new face of poetry
Orianne Papin’s career as an author has just taken a new turn with her collection “Poste restante”, published in the prestigious Polder collection.
Word after word, publication after publication, Orianne Papin continues to make her way in the world of literature.After her successful first novel “Demain je me meurs”, the young Bellifontaine enjoyed three intense years, punctuated by publications in renowned poetry publications in France, Belgium and Canada.Last summer, she sent a manuscript to the prestigious Polder collection, which only publishes four authors a year : “It’s a very selective publishing house and it was a pleasure to be received,” smiles the woman who learned the good news last November.
His manuscript? A collection of poetry about an epistolary adventure in summer by the sea: “I worked on the relationship between writing and reality”.
In reality, they are texts written over three summers, which speak of three faces but which form a single narrative thread.Thus was born ” Poste restante “, a title that evokes those letters that are sent directly to the post office, when the person is not at home.More than ever, Orianne delivers herself through these texts: “there is a desire to refuse the end, an eternal present in encounters, like the movement of the waves”.
Joy of transmitting
The result is a small 52-page collection, illustrated by her artist friend Sophie Belle and prefaced by Sylvestre Clancier, president of Académie Mallarmé, two “obvious” choices that speak volumes about the path the young author has travelled in such a short time.
And there’s no shortage of plans.This book already enjoys a good critical reception and a wide distribution thanks to the prestige of this collection: “It starts off very well, the book was the subject of a page in La Croix l’Hebdo.I’m already receiving emails from publishers who want to publish my next collections. It’s flattering, but it puts pressure on me! I have to be up to the task.