Peter Cockelbergh is a Belgian poet, scholar and translator living in Lille, France. He studied Dutch, English and French literature and languages at the universities of Antwerp and Leuven (Belgium), at the EHESS in Paris, and was a doctoral research fellow at the Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany), where he also was a member of a graduate school on e-learning. Editor of Pierre Joris—Cartographies of the In-between (Winter 2011, Litteraria Pragensia), he has just finished translating Boris Groys’s Portrait de l’artiste en masochiste (2013, Éditions Arkhê). Apart from writing on Joris, Ezra Pound, Robert Kelly, Clayton Eshleman and Beat poetry, he is currently editing, with Pierre Joris, both a collected essays of Robert Kelly, A Voice Full of Cities, and an essay book on Robert Kelly, A City Full of Voices (2014, ContraMundum Press), and, with Franca Bellarsi, on Alice Notley and Pierre Joris. His poetry moves between localities, languages, media and material supports, often in collaboration with other poets or artists.