The Cahiers du Sud was a French literary magazine based in Marseilles . It was founded by Jean Ballard in 1925 and published until 1966.  
History and profile
Ballard founded Les Cahiers du Sud as a continuation of the Marseilles Fortunio , founded in 1914 by Marcel Pagnol . Through the poet André Gaillard (1898-1929), the magazine published surrealist writers like René Crevel , Paul Éluard and Benjamin Péret , and former surrealists like Antonin Artaud , Robert Desnos . Others published in the magazine Henri Michaux , Michel Leiris , René Daumal , Pierre Jean Jouve and Pierre Reverdy .Cahiers du Sud also published the poetry of Joë Bousquet .  Other contributors included Gabriel Audisio , René Nelli , Simone Weil , Marguerite Yourcenar , Walter Benjamin and Paul Valery . 
In 1945 Ballard drew up a new editorial board with Jean Tortel and Pierre Guerre . 
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