Jean-Louis Trudel

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Jean-Louis Trudel at its conference "Les Asimov québécois" ("The Asimovs of Québec") for the Quebec City literature festival, October 2012.

Jean-Louis Trudel (born in 1967) is a science fiction writer. He was born in Toronto, Canada and has lived in Ottawa, Toronto, and Montreal before moving to Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, in 2010. He currently teaches history part-time at the University of Ottawa.

While he writes mainly in French, he has authored a few stories in English, published in such venues as Tales of the Shadowmen. Other stories in English and other languages (Greek, Portuguese, Italian, Russian) have appeared in translation.

Most of his books, for adults and young adults, are science fiction, but a few titles may also be classed as fantasy. A long-time contributor to Solaris (magazine), he is also noted as a science-fiction critic and historian. Writing with Yves Meynard under the name of Laurent McAllister, he has penned three YA books as part of an ongoing series, as well as several stories.

He has received several literary distinctions, including the "Grand Prix de la Science-Fiction et du Fantastique québécois" in 2001 and several Prix Aurora awards.

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  • Aller simple pour Saguenal (YA novel, Paulines, Jeunesse-Pop # 91, 1994)
  • Pour des soleils froids (novel, Éditions Fleuve Noir, Anticipation # 1942, 1994)
  • Un trésor sur Serendib (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 94, 1994)
  • Le ressuscité de l'Atlantide (novel, Éditions Fleuve Noir, Anticipation # 1955, 1994)
  • Les Voleurs de mémoire (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 97, 1995)
  • Les Rescapés de Serendib (Les Mystères de Serendib --- 1), (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 102, 1995)
  • Le Prisonnier de Serendib (Les Mystères de Serendib --- 2), (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 103, 1995)
  • Les Princes de Serendib (Les Mystères de Serendib --- 3), (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 110, 1996)
  • Des Colons pour Serendib (Les Mystères de Serendib --- 4), (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 111, 1996)
  • Fièvres sur Serendib (Les Mystères de Serendib --- 5), (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 116, 1996)
  • Un printemps à Nigelle (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop, # 117, 1997)
  • Un été à Nigelle (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop, # 120, 1997)
  • Un hiver à Nigelle (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop, # 124, 1997)
  • Les bannis de Bételgeuse (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop, # 125, 1998)
  • 13,5 km sous Montréal (YA novel, Marie-France, La Mangeuse de Lune, 1998)
  • Un automne à Nigelle (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop, # 128, 1998)
  • Les Contrebandiers de Cañaveral (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 132, 1999)
  • Nigelle par tous les temps (YA novel, Médiaspaul, coll. Jeunesse-Pop # 135, 2000)
  • Demain, les étoiles (YA collection, Pierre Tisseyre, coll. Chacal #, 2000)
  • Guerre pour un harmonica (YA novel, Médiaspaul, coll. Jeunesse-Pop # 139, 2000)
  • Le messager des orages (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 140, 2001) (in collaboration with Yves Meynard, as Laurent McAllister)
  • Les transfigurés du Centaure (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 143, 2001)
  • Le revenant de Fomalhaut (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 145, 2002)
  • Jonctions impossibles (collection, Vermillon, Parole vivante # 47, 2003)
  • Sur le chemin des tornades (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 148, 2003) (in collaboration with Yves Meynard, as Laurent McAllister)
  • Le perroquet d'Altaïr (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 149, 2003)
  • La lune des jardins sans soleil (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 150, 2003)
  • La princesse de Tianjin (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 153, 2004)
  • Les insurgés de Tianjin (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 154, 2004)
  • Le maître des bourrasques (YA novel, Médiaspaul, Jeunesse-Pop # 161, 2006) (in collaboration with Yves Meynard, as Laurent McAllister)

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