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Jacques Renaud
Born in Montreal in 1943, Jacques Renaud worked as freelance journalist for Radio-Canada. As well as his TV work, he wrote for a number of journals and newspapers. His work is taught in several universities in Germany, including Augsburg and Nuremberg in the faculties of the Romance languages. He was the first Quebec writer to be invited by the Free University of West Berlin in 1984. Renaud spent a year in Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu, India, in 1970, and was inspired by Sri Aurobindo. He also practiced and taught hatha yoga for five years, from 1971 to 1976 in Montreal. He lived in Ontario between 1990 to 1999. In 2011, he moved to Upper Matawinie, Lanaudière, Quebec.

Books by Jacques Renaud

Broke City