• anne atik
Anne Atik

Anne Atik is the author of three books of poetry, Words in Hock (1974), Offshore (1991) and In and Out of Season (forthcoming), Drancy (1989). and How It Was: A Memoir of Samuel Beckett (2001). Her poems have appeared in PoetryLiterary ImaginationPequodNew World WritingThe NationLondon Jewish QuarterlyPartisan ReviewPloughshares, and Fulcrum, among others. She has translated Aimé Césaire, Raymond Queneau, Apollinaire, Jules Supervielle, Gérard d’Houville and others. From the Hebrew, she has translated the poems of T. Carmi.


She lives in Paris.