Alain Dorémieux

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Alain Dorémieux
Born August 15, 1933
Died July 26, 1998
Nationality French
Occupation writer and translator
Known for Fiction (journal)

Alain Dorémieux is a writer and translator of French science-fiction, born August 15, 1933 at Paris and died on July 26, 1998 in Paris, France.

He is best known as editor of Fiction, the leading journal of science fiction and fantasy in France until 1990, which he edited for over twenty years.[1]

He has published under various pseudonyms: Atlante Gilbert, Luke Vigan (with Gerard Klein and Andre Ruellan), Monique Dorian (a pseudonym shared with his wife Monique) and anagrammatic pseudonyms Meauroix Daniel and Alex Dieumorain for his translations. His critical work has often been published under the pseudonym of Serge-André Bertrand.

A literary prize for the first publication of young writers of science fiction was established in 2000 that bears his name.


  1. ^ Tuck, "Fiction", p. 562.


  • Tuck, Donald H. (1982). The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy: Volume 3. Chicago: Advent: Publishers, Inc. ISBN 0-911682-26-0.