Royer, Corinne


Born in 1967, Corinne Royer divides her time between Saint- Étienne, Paris and Uzès. After running a marketing agency and making documentaries on the arts and environmental issues, she decided to devote herself to writing, contributing freelance articles to a number of magazines. This novel is her fourth, following on from M comme Mohican (Héloïse d’Ormesson, 2009), La Vie contrariée de Louise (Héloïse d’Ormesson, 2012, Prix Terre de France / La Montagne) and Et leurs baisers au loin les suivent (Actes Sud, 2016). Her novel Pleine Terre was a finalist for the prix du roman d’écologie 2022.