• AL HASCHISCHE by Safaa (Argyros) Fathy
  • AL HASCHISCHE by Safaa (Argyros) Fathy
  • AL HASCHISCHE by Safaa (Argyros) Fathy
  • AL HASCHISCHE by Safaa (Argyros) Fathy
  • AL HASCHISCHE by Safaa (Argyros) Fathy

AL HASCHISCHE by Safaa (Argyros) Fathy

156 x 234mm, 152 pages, colour and black and white printing, perfect bound, softcover, 2023

Translated from French Patrick Love & Safaa Fathy

Safaa Fathy is an Egyptian/French poet, documentary filmmaker, playwright, and essayist. Born in Egypt, she moved to France in 1981 and obtained her PhD from the Sorbonne in Paris in 1993. She was Program Director at the International College of Philosophy from 2010-2016.

Fathy is the author of the plays Aquarius, in Sillas en la frontera, and Ordalie/Terreur (with an introduction by Jacques Derrida), and co-author with Jacques Derrida of Tourner les mots: au bord d’un film. Her books of poetry include Revolution Goes Through Walls (SplitLevel) and A Name to the Sea (Dar Al Nahda).

Fathy's films include Mohammad Saved from the WatersDerrida’s Elsewhere, and a film poem Nom à la mer, all available on Tamaas website. She also experiments with the visual texture of poems in filmic forms and participated in the Poetry Project with a short piece titled "I Would Like to Say."

Her most recent essays are Au nom de la Murale (Europe N. 1053-1053) and De mur en mur (rue Descartes N.92). Other than Egypt and France, she has lived and worked in Germany, Mexico, and the United States.

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Pamenar Press

Regular price £28.00