Alain Bergeron

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Alain Bergeron
Alain Bergeron aux Utopiales 2014 - 2.jpg
Alain Bergeron in 2014
Born (1950-02-11) February 11, 1950 (age 67)
Paris, France
Occupation novelist, political scientist
Nationality French, Canadian

Alain Bergeron (born February 11, 1950) is a Québécois science fiction author and political scientist.

Born in Paris, France, he has won the Prix Aurora Award and Sidewise Award for Alternate History. He has written seven books, beginning with Un été de Jessica (1978). Bergeron is also an essayist who writes works concerning the genre. With Laurine Spehner, he co-wrote a work about The X-Files.[1]


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