Philippe Rahmy is a writer, born June 5, 1965, in Geneva,Switzerland.
Philippe Rahmy is a poet and a novelist. He studied the History of Arts and Egyptology at the Ecole du Louvre in Paris, and graduated from the University of Lausanne in Literature and Philosophy. He is currently based in Lausanne.
Philippe Rahmy is a founding member of the prominent French literary site remue.net, with is focused on promoting contemporary literature over the Internet and through live events. He is a published author in France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and China.
Phil Rahmy is also active as a photographer and as a director of award-winning independent short films produced in Switzerland. Philippe Rahmy suffers from Osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bones), and he is an active member of several handicap related associations. He is also writing songs for the rock band "Gasoline".
Phil Rahmy awarded the Prix Charmettes - Jean-Jacques Rousseau 2006. He was distinguished by the Pro Helvetia literary grant 2010.
2011 : La ville en soi, 2011 (to be published)
2011 : Corps au miroir, avec Sabine Oppliger, 2011 (to be published)
2010 : Cheyne, 30 ans, 30 voix, Livres hors collection, 2010
2009 : Cellules souches, avec Stéphane Dussel, Mots tessons, 2009
2009 : Movimento dalla fine, a cura di Monica Pavani, Mobydick, 2009
2008 : SMS de la cloison, publie.net, 2008
2008 : Architecture nuit, texte expérimental, publie.net, 2008
2007 : Demeure le corps, Chant d’exécration, Cheyne Editeur, 2007
2005 : Mouvement par la fin, Un portrait de la douleur, Cheyne Editeur, 2005 (postface Jacques Dupin, Prix des Charmettes - Jean-Jacques Rousseau 2006)