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Patrick Williamson
Patrick Williamson is an English poet who lives near Paris. He has translated, among others,...
Ali Eteraz
ALI ETERAZ is an inhabitant of the San Francisco Writer's Grotto. His fiction has appeared...
Anthony M. Graziano
Anthony M. Graziano, Professor Emeritus, the State University of New York at Buffalo, has authored...
Stendhal
Stendhal (1793-1842) was the pseudonym of Henri Beyle. Persuaded that his works would never gain...
Bianca Lakoseljac
Bianca Lakoseljac’s second novel, Stone Woman—that relives Toronto’s 1967 “summer of love”—is being released by...
Bill Turpin
Bill Turpin has worked most of his career as a journalist, first in Montreal and...
Réjean Ducharme

Réjean Ducharme (born in 1941) is one of the foremost writers of Canada. Winner of various awards, he is a Quebec novelist and playwright who currently resides in Montreal. He is extremely reclusive and has not appeared at any public functions since his first successful book was published in 1966. A common theme of his early work is the rejection of the adult world by children.
Réjean Ducharme
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Marco Micone
Patricia Hanley
Edward Nixon
Antonio Porta
Clara Blackwood
Nicole Gingras
Romano Perticarini
Jean-Pierre Vallotton
Brigid Brophy
Scott Rollins
Carlos de Oliveira