Clarence Boulay is a visual artist, set designer, and avid traveler of islands.
Benjamin Flouw is an artist and author based in Marseille, France.
Lisa Mandel is a french comic-books author. Born in Marseille, she studied at the École supérieure des arts décoratifs in Strasbourg.
He is a graphic novelist & illustrator from Toulouse, with a background from the Beaux-Arts d'Angoulême and Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Strasbourg.
Jean-Claude Perrier was born in Paris, in 1957, under the Aquarius sign. He loves literature, reading, and writing.
Benjamin Chaud is one of the most critically acclaimed illustrators and authors in the world, with more than 60 books
Zeina Abirached is a Lebanese illustrator, graphic novelist and comic artist who used to live and work in Paris and is now based in Oman.
She has published articles in the Annales HSS, Indian Economic and Social History Review, The Medieval Journal, Religions of South Asia, chapters in edited volumes.
Mathieu Bertrand is a comic book writer living in Lyon. His preferred topics are eco responsibility and anything society deems ‘taboo’.
A blogger and an author who focuses on Afro-feminism. She writes reviews of books from African literature and articles about Afro-feminism.
An ice hockey champion, François-Henri Désérable has moved towards literature and has written four books, all published by Éditions Gallimard.
Of Spanish origin, Olivia Ruiz grew up in Marseillette, in Occitania. Three of her grandparents fled the Spanish civil war but never spoke about it
Karthika Naïr is a poet, fabulist and librettist whose books include A Different Distance (Milkweed Editions USA, 2021), co-written with Marilyn Hacker.
Joëlle Jolivet is one of the best known illustrators in France. She studied Graphic Art and Advertising at the School of Applied Arts in Paris.
Susie Morgenstern was born in Newark, New Jersey, U.S.A. After obtaining a PhD in comparative literature, she married a French man and became a popular French children's writer.
Camille Laurens is an award-winning French novelist and essayist. She received the Prix Femina, one of France’s most prestigious literary prizes, in 2000 for Dans ces bras-là.
Born in 1940, Annie Ernaux grew up in Normandy and later became a French and literature teacher. She is the author of 20 books including A Man’s Place, Simple Passion and Happening.
Nathalie Azoulai was born in the Parisian region. After going through the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Saint-Cloud, she majored and obtained her degree in modern literature.
Johana Gustawsson was born in Marseille, France. She has a degree in Political Science, and has worked as a journalist for French and Spanish press and television.
Fabien Chartier is a former French teacher at St. Stephen’s College and Delhi University, now teaching English and intercultural management at the University of Rennes.
Sophie Hénaff, born August 9, 1972, is a French journalist, novelist and translator, author of three humorous crime novels.
Her book La déclaration des droits des filles published by Talents Hauts is going to be translated into Bengali and Tamil in India.
Jérôme Loubry was born in Saint-Amand Montrond, famous for its book printing business, where his passion for writing was born.
Emmanuelle Houssais is a children's book illustrator. She lives in Nantes, in a pretty blue house just by the Loire river.
Maylis de Kerangal
Maylis de Kerangal is the author of several books in French, including Naissance d’un pont, (published in English as Birth of a Bridge).