Eric Lynch is an Assistant Professor of French at Midwestern State University (Texas). He studied with Édouard Glissant during his doctoral work at The Graduate Center. His research focuses on contemporary French poetry and intermedia. His recent publications include “Olivier Cadiot’s Robinson, or A Portrait of the Artist as ‘Auto–usine,’” (L’Esprit Créateur, 2014), “Mediums of Intermedia: Spiritism and Poetic Form in Suzanne Doppelt, Sandra Moussempès, and Nathalie Quintane,” (L’Esprit Créateur, 2018), and a forthcoming book chapter entitled, “Pierre Alferi, la conspiration à domicile” (Pierre Alferi, Garnier, 2019).