Barbéri, Jacques

parch Passages by Jacques Barbéri (translated by Michael Shreve) in Triangulation: Parch, Parsec Ink, 2014.

  • Voluted Tales A Stie in the Ointment by Jacques Barbéri (translated by Michael Shreve), Voluted Dreams (The Darkness Internal), August 2013.

  • liquid imagination Metrolysis by Jacques Barbéri (translated by Michael Shreve), Liquid Imagination, Issue 16, 2013.

  • Polluto10 The Player by Jacques Barbéri (translated by Michael Shreve), Polluto: Wage Slave Orgy, December 2012.

  • The Beast by Jacques Barbéri (translated by Michael Shreve), Triangulation: The Morning After, July 2012.

    It’s nice to see horror from outside the US and Jacques Barbéri’s story (translated from the French by Michael Shreve) is full of frightening incidents as the trip becomes a descent into madness. This is effective horror.
    -Chuck Rothman, Tangent

    The most bizarre or surreal of the group must be “The Beast” by Jacques Barbéri. When you think you’ve got a handle on the speculative universe, the author pulls the carpet out from under you…as a surprise piece of okra amid the anthology stew, the story was a welcome surprise.
    -Trent Walters, SF Site


  • The Man Who Talked to Spiders
    by Jacques Barbéri (translated by Michael Shreve), Scfia no. 1, July 2012.

  • Slowing Apocalypse: A tribute to J.G. Ballard by Palo Alto
    Zip pouch, 1 DVD-r + 1 photo + 1 badge + booklet 8 pp – text by Jacques Barbéri (trans. into English by Michael Shreve)

    Slowing is a “Literary” Performance mixing text, music and video. It interprets all facets of J.G. Ballard, master of the imaginary.
    The group Palo Alto which, since 1989 has mixed culture jazz, rock and contemporary exploration, is made up of four musicians and one video artist:
    
Jacques Barbéri (saxophone, text, voice, laptop) 

    Philippe Perreaudin (synthesizer, tapes, laptop) 

    Denis Frajerman (percussion, guitars) 

    Laurent Pernice (double bass, laptop) 

    Gilles Bénéjam (video)

    get it HERE

    The Butcher Boy by Jacques Barbéri (tr. Michael Shreve), AE Canadian Science Fiction Review, Jan. 2011.

  • The Ferryman by Jacques Barbéri (tr. Michael Shreve), InTranslation, August, 2010.

  • Isanve by Jacques Barbéri (tr. Michael Shreve), M-Brane SF #19, August 2010.

     

    M-Brane SF QUARTERLY #1 (available at amazon)

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