Nicolas Rey

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Nicolas Rey is a French writer born in Evreux, Eure, on 8 May 1973.

History[edit]

In 2000, Rey received the “Prix de Flore”, a French literary prize awarded to youthful authors, for his novel Mémoire Courte. Following his start on the French television show "Cuisine et Dépendance", Rey became a daily reviewer on the French television network Canal Plus show "En Aparté". Next, on the same channel, he co-hosted a show reviewing recent-happenings called “Un Café et l’Addition”. His literature column, “Entre les Lignes”, appears in the French magazine VSD.

Bibliography[edit]

1998 : Treize minutes, Au Diable Vauvert

2000 : Mémoire courte, Au Diable Vauvert

2003 : Un début prometteur, Au Diable Vauvert

2004 : Courir à trente ans, Au Diable Vauvert

2006 : Vallauris Plage, Grasset

Awards[edit]

2000 : Prix de Flore (Mémoire courte, Au Diable Vauvert)

References[edit]

French Book News

External links[edit]