Pacôme Thiellement

Born in 1975 in Paris to Franco-Italian and Egyptian parents, Pacôme Thiellement writes on pop music, the comics trip, poésie maudite, TV series, horror films, Sufism, Taoism and Gnosticism. He is the author of ten essays of exegetic and burlesque inspiration, including La Main gauche de David Lynch (Presses universitaires de France, 2010), Pop Yoga (éditions Sonatine, 2013) and Cinema Hermetica (éditions Sonatine, 2016). He has also written a novel, Soap Apocryphe (éditions Inculte, 2012) and a literary anthology illustrated by Jonathan Bougard, Les Cinq livres du King (éditions Le Feu sacré, 2014). His most recent book, La Victoire des Sans Roi, was published in 2017 by les Presses universitaires de France, Paris. He is the co-author of Le Dispositif, a collection of 52 experimental videos.