Marie Rennard lives in Annecy, France, where she works as a translator. She writes short stories, poetry, and essays both in English and French, as well as an ever growing Dictionnaire Arbitraire (in French only).
She has published poetry and satirical articles in a few American and Canadian reviews, among them The American Drivel Review, Ygdrasil, Word Riot, Poetic Diversity and TM poetry.
Marie has been contributing to Swans since February 2007. In March 2009, she accepted to become the editor of our French Corner, launched on April 6, 2009. You can read her French bio there.
Her work can be accessed in the yearly archives, at:
2007 || 2008 || 2009 || 2010 || 2011 || 2012
Etrange l'homme, sans rivage, près de la femme, riveraine.
—Saint John Perse