His name: Arthur Dayras. He was one of the collaborators of the Eye of Photography. He likes still image but more so literature.
L’Allume-Feu is a literary magazine created in January 2018 by 10 young writers aged 23 to 26, united by the love of the arts. Arthur Dayras, author and curator, former contributor to The Eye of Photography, is one of its founders.
The magazine is conceived around literary exploration and explores all literary genres: news, poetry, essays, theater, correspondences, pamphlets, songs, ballads … Published at the rate of three issues per year, one theme per issue, L’Allume -Feu (The firelighter) takes the form of an illustrated paper diary. Its line is simple: to bring new authors to light, to encourage young people to take the pen, to invite confirmed writers, to give free rein to creation. The editorial committee is convinced that there is a generation of talented and hidden authors asking to have their first texts read.
The number two of L’Allume-Feu is on the theme of cheating. It brings together unreleased Alexis Jenni (Prix Goncourt 2011), Pierre Mabille, Jacques Jouet. Emerging authors include Gaétan Didelot (Tout est beau), Irina Breitenstein (A nightmare), Agathe Berthier (The happy hand) and the Pakistani poet Shafat Ullah. Illustrators Emma Bertin and Pierre Dawance dressed the magazine with their colorful drawings. The magazine is printed at Studio Fidèle.
Two subscription formulas (three issues a year + a surprise) are available.
L’Allume-Feu is an independent, self-financing magazine.