Éphraïm Mikhaël was the form of his name adopted by Georges Michel, who attended Mallarmé’s mardis, and started a splinter group of his own, “Les Moineaux francs” [The House-Sparrows] in collaboration with his friend Bernard Lazare, whose members included Pierre Quillard and Saint-Pol-Roux. He published a small collection of poems, L’Automne in 1886 and wrote three plays, one in collaboration with Lazare and one with Catulle Mendès, before dying young of tuberculosis.
Speculative Fiction Novels (1)
| Halyartes and Other Poems in Prose |
2019 | fantasy, mainstream