Born in 1982, Pierre Ducrozet is the author of four novels, including three published by Grasset: Requiem pour Lola rouge (2010, Prix de la Vocation 2011), La Vie qu’on voulait (2013), which tells the story of the European youth scattered between Berlin, Paris, London and Barcelona, and the much-lauded Eroica (2015), a biographical fiction about the painter Jean-Michel Basquiat. L’Invention des corps, a wide novel about the contemporary world, published in autumn 2017 by Actes Sud, won the Prix de Flore. He is also a translator (from Spanish and English) and teaches creative writing at the Ecole nationale supérieure des arts visuels de La Cambre in Brussels, whilst living in Barcelona.
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|Pierre Ducrozet, L’invention des corps (Actes Sud, 2017)|