The French domain of Poetry International is currently curated by Eric Giraud. Giraud was born in 1966 and studied Literature and Translation at the University of Aix-en-Provence (France) and at Uqam (Montreal).
He lives in Marseille, where he has been in charge of the poetry library at the centre international de poésie Marseille (cipM) since 1995, and was editor of the CCP magazine for the first 12 issues. Founder and co-editor of the magazine Issue 12345, author and translator, he has published various books and translated American authors such as Gertrude Stein, Charles Olson, Raymond Federman, Peter Gizzi and Etel Adnan alongside Holly Dye. He organized conferences on Stein in Montreal/Uqam and Poetry and Cinema in Marseille. In 2014, after having co-edited an essay on Stein, he co-edited a collective essay on the Black Mountain College at Presses Universitaires de Rennes/cipM Publishers with Jean-Pierre Cometti.
You can view his complete bibliography here.