Jean-Jacques Schuhl (born October 9, 1941 in Marseille) is a French author, recipient of the 2000 Prix Goncourt literary award for his novel Ingrid Caven. The book is named for the German actress and singer Ingrid Caven, whom Schuhl lives with. Despite appearances, the novel is not her biography.
- Rose Poussière (1972)
- Télex N° 1 (1972)
- Ingrid Caven (2000)
- Entrée des fantômes, Paris, Gallimard, coll. « L'Infini » (2010)
- Obsessions (nouvelles), Paris, Gallimard, coll. « L'Infini » (2014)
- "Gary Indiana. - reviews". Art Forum.
- Excerpt from Ingrid Caven
- Forgotten author hits big time with his lover's story Article on Schuhl winning the Prix Goncourt by Stuart Jeffries in The Guardian
- Article in French