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Blanc-Gras, Julien

Born in 1976 in Gap, Julien Blanc-Gras is a journalist by occupation and a traveller by vocation. He is the author of Gringoland (winner of the Festival du premier roman de Chambéry 2006), Comment devenir un dieu vivant, Touriste (Prix J. Bouquin, Prix de l’archipel de Saint-Pierre et Miquelon) made into a comic, Paradis (avant liquidation), In utero (now being adapted to theatre) published by Au diable vauvert, and Briser la glace at the editions Paulsen, winner of the Phileas Fogg price and selected for the price of the SGDL.

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