Michèle Laframboise

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Michèle Laframboise (born July 14, 1960) is a Canadian science fiction writer and comics artist.[1]

The daughter of Québécois parents, she was born in London and studied geography at the Université de Montréal and civil engineering at the École Polytechnique de Montréal. She is also a self-taught illustrator.[1]

Her first novel Les nuages de Phoenix (2001) was awarded the Prix Cécile-Gagnon. She received Prix Aurora Awards in 2005 for Best novel in French ( Les Mémoires de l’Arc) and Best story in French ("Ceux qui ne comptent pas") and received another Aurora award in 2009 (La Quête de Chaaas); she was a finalist for another Aurora award in 2010. She received the Prix Solaris in 2010 and was a finalist for a Governor General's Literary Award in 2009.[1]

She is currently living near Toronto.[2]

Novels[1][2][edit]

  • Les voyages du Jules-Verne series: Piège pour le Jules-Verne (2002) Le stratège de Léda (2003) Les mémoires de l'Arc (2004) Le Dragon de l'Alliance (2005) Montréal, Mediaspaul
  • La quête de Chaaas series: La quête de Chaaas (2007), Les vents de Tammerlan (2008), L'axe de Koudriss (2010), La spirale de Lar Jubal, (2011), Le labyrinthe de Luurdu (2012) Montréal, Mediaspaul
  • Mica, fille de Transyl, Gatineau, Vents d'Ouest (2012)
  • Le projet Ithuriel, Ottawa, David, 2012
  • La reine Margot, Gatineau, Vents d'Ouest, 2014
  • L'écologie d'Odi, Montréal, Porte-Bonheur, Collection Clowns vengeurs, 2015
  • Le Gant, Gatineau, Vents d'Ouest, 2016
  • La ruche, Sherbrooke, Les Six Brumes, 2017

Graphic Novels[3][4][edit]

  • La plume japonaise, Vermillon, Ottawa, 2010, 56 p.

Short-stories[5][edit]

  • Domus Justice (2018) in Fiction River[6] no27
  • Thinking Inside the Box (2017) in Compelling Science Fiction[7] no7
  • Slime and Crime (2017) in Fiction River[8] no22
  • Closing the Big Bang (2017) in Fiction River[9] no21
  • La cousine Entropie (2016) in Galaxies[10][better source needed] 40
  • Sous réserve (2016) dans Brins d’éternité[11][better source needed] 43
  • Penser à l’intérieur de la boîte (2015) dans Géante Rouge 23
  • Le Vol de l’abeille (2006), Solaris 159 – Solaris[12][better source needed] Prize Winner 2006
  • Women are from Mars, Men are from Venus (2006), Tesseract 10,[13] Edge publ.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Laframboise, Michèle". Infocentre littéraire des écrivains.(in French)
  2. ^ a b "Laframboise , Michèle". L’Association des auteures et des auteurs de l’Ontario français.(in French)
  3. ^ http://www.litterature.org/recherche/ecrivains/laframboise-michele-1030/
  4. ^ https://aaof.ca/membres/repertoire/
  5. ^ https://www.noosfere.org/icarus/livres/auteur.asp?numauteur=-46836
  6. ^ https://www.fictionriver.com/current/
  7. ^ http://compellingsciencefiction.com
  8. ^ http://www.wmgpublishinginc.com/project/fiction-river-no-humans-allowed
  9. ^ http://www.wmgpublishinginc.com/project/fiction-river-tavern-tales
  10. ^ fr:Galaxies
  11. ^ fr:Brins d'éternité
  12. ^ Solaris (magazine)
  13. ^ http://edgewebsite.com/books/tess10/t10-catalog.html