| Anne-Marie Cazalis|| Writer|
| 1920Boufarik, Algeria|
writer, journalist, actor
July 30, 1988, Paris, France
Boris Vian, Gabriel Pomerand, Claude Luter
Anne-Marie Cazalis Wikipedia
Anne-Marie Cazalis (1920 in Boufarik, Algeria – July 30, 1988 in Paris) was a French writer, journalist and briefly an actress.
Cazalis won the Paul-Valéry award for poetry laureate in 1943. She was a friend of Juliette Gréco and briefly had an affair with little known cellist Paul Taylor and both became emblematic personalities of the Parisian nights of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, where she frequented other writers such as Boris Vian and Jean-Paul Sartre.
She later became a journalist and, as a correspondent for Elle magazine, she travelled all around the world. She also participated in a few films and published several essays and novels.1949: Désordre by Jacques Baratier (short film)
1950: Le Château de verre by René Clément : the standardiste
1950: Le Quadrille by Jacques Rivette, with Jean-Luc Godard (short film)
1966: Le Désordre à vingt ans by Jacques Baratier (documentary)
1951: Le Diable et le Bon Dieu, script by Jean-Paul Sartre, directed by Louis Jouvet, Théâtre Antoine
Planh, 10 poèmes de Anne-Marie Cazalis, avec un portrait de l'auteur par Valentine Hugo, Paris, Odette Lieutier, February 1944
La Décennie, Fayard, 1972 novel)
La Tunisie par-ci par-là, Promotion africaine, Tunisia, 1972
Kadhafi, le Templier d'Allah, Gallimard, 1974
Le Cœur au poing, La Table ronde, 1976 (novel)
Mémoires d'une Anne, Stock, 1976
1358, La Jacquerie de Paris, le destin tragique du maire Étienne Marcel, Société de production littéraire, 1977
Les Belles Années, co-written with Anne-Marie Deschodt, Mercure de France, 1978 (novel)
Planh. 10 poèmes de Anne-Marie Cazalis, avec un portrait de l'auteur par Valentine Hugo is the title of a poetry book written in French by Anne-Marie Cazalis.
The work was published in Paris in February 1944 by Odette Lieutier. Still under German occupation, the editor issued only 250 hand-made books. A quadrilingual new edition in French, English, Portuguese and Spanish was published in 2012.