Thierry Acot-Mirande

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Thierry Acot-Mirande (born in 1960) is a film critic, poet and French science fiction author.

A film critic for "Projects/Programmes" in the 1980s, Thierry Acot-Mirande was also a contributor to the fanzine Le Cinématographe dans le boudoir. Strongly influenced by the writer André Dalmas, Acot-Mirande is a follower of the esoteric movement. He has written many articles, poems, fantasy stories, and novels published by several editors.

Works by Acot-Mirande[edit]

  • Novels
  • Poetry
    • Ceux qui blessent, Éditions Akimbo, Paris, 2002.
  • Articles/News
    • "L'influence des sociétés secrètes sur la littérature fantastique du XIXe et du XXe siècle" (article, avec Alain Pozzuoli), in Sociétés Secrètes, Éditions de l'Oxymore (coll. Emblèmes n°10), Montpellier, 2003.
    • "Montagnes russes" (nouvelle), in Le Sang des écrivains, Alain Pozzuoli dir., Les Belles Lettres, Paris, 2004.
    • "Interview" (nouvelle), in Tatouages, Alain Pozzuoli dir., Les Belles Lettres, Paris, 2005.

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