Marie-Christine Bernard

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Marie-Christine Bernard (born 1966) is a Canadian educator and award-winning writer living in Quebec.

She was born in Carleton-sur-Mer and received a bachelor's degree and then a master's degree in literary studies from the Université Laval. Bernard has taught at the Collège d'Alma since 1994; she teaches literature, creative writing, film analysis and ethnology. From 2006 to 2010, she hosted the program "Beau temps, mauvais temps" on Ici Radio-Canada Première Saguenay. She also contributes to a number of literary journals, including Zone occupée and to the webzine Mauvaise Herbe.[1]

In 2016, she represented Quebec at the Semaine de la langue française et de la Francophonie, held in Mexico.[2]

Selected works[1][edit]

  • Monsieur Julot (2005), novel, received the Prix découverte Abitibi-Consolidated
  • La confiture de rêves (2007), youth novel, received the Prix Jovette-Bernier [fr][2]
  • Le prince Malavenant (2008), youth novel
  • Mademoiselle Personne (2008), novel, received the Prix France-Québec ant the Prix du roman Abitibi-Bowater
  • Sombre peuple (2010), short stories


  1. ^ a b "Bernard, Marie Christine" (in French).
  2. ^ a b "Marie-Christine Bernard représentera le Québec au Mexique". L'Écho de la Baie (in French). March 6, 2016.