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Nadine Bismuth

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Nadine Bismuth

Nadine Bismuth’s first book, the short-story collection Les gens fidèles ne font pas les nouvelles, won the Prix des libraires du Québec and the Prix Adrienne-Choquette. In 2004, she published Scrapbook, a parody of autobiographical fiction. In 2009, her second short-story collection, Êtes-vous mariée à un psychopathe?, was a finalist for the Governor General’s Prize. An important figure in the Quebec literary scene, she also writes for television and film. She lives in Montreal.

photo by Julie Perreault

Articles by Nadine Bismuth

The Sex Life of the Writer
By Nadine Bismuth
Writing, at its best, is a lonely life. —Ernest Hemingway   A friend recently lent us a book called The Sex Life of Immanuel Kant.1  Its author,  one Jean-Baptiste Botul, examines…
Translated from French by Alison Strayer
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