Esther Rochon (née Blackburn) (born 27 June 1948) is a Canadian science fiction writer.
Born in Quebec City, Quebec, the daughter of a scriptwriter and a composer (Maurice Blackburn), at the age of 16 she won the Governor General First Prize for a short story in the Young Author's contest of Radio Canada. Rochon studied Mathematics at the Université de Montréal.
She has won the Quebec Science Fiction Fantasy Grand Prix four times.
- En hommage aux araignées — 1974
- L'épuisement du soleil — 1985
- Coquillage — 1987 (translated as The Shell, 1990)
- L'espace du diamant — 1991
W. H. New, ed. Encyclopedia of LIterature in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002: 983.
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