#TPQ5

#TPQ5: AICHA MARTINE THIAM

Guy de Maupassant

His profound influence on the psychological horror genre cannot, and should not be ignored.

Sylvia Plath

Her incisive words have seared themselves into me from the moment I first read them, and will no doubt continue to do so, as long as I write poetry.

Haruki Murakami

What a singular, brilliant mind! His stories are as trenchant and startling as they are generous in spirit.

Charles Baudelaire

A wordsmith with the rarest, most extraordinary insight into the troubled mind, his poems continue to dazzle, centuries after his time.

Daphne du Maurier

Wonderful prose and an impeccable mastery of atmosphere make for stories as otherworldly as they are intimate. A stunning author through and through.


A. Martine is a trilingual writer, musician and artist of color who goes where the waves take her. She might have been a kraken in a past life. Her collection AT SEA was shortlisted for the 2019 Kingdoms in the Wild Poetry Prize. Some words found or forthcoming in: Berfrois, Déraciné, The Rumpus, Bright Wall/Dark Room, Gone Lawn, Ghost City Review, Rogue Agent, Boston Accent Lit, Anti-Heroin Chic.

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