- La Joie de Lire, Geneva
- Translation rights
- Carina Diez Solari, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Publication date
- September 2020
Fabrice Hadjadj is a French writer, philosopher and playwright. Born in 1971, he studied at the Paris Sciences Po before training as a teacher of philosophy. He is best known in literary circles for his essays, in which he explores questions of health, technology and the body. His major works include: Paradis à la porte : Essai sur une joie qui dérange (Paradise Knocks: An essay on uneasy happiness, Seuil 2011), Dernières nouvelles de l’homme (et de la femme aussi) (The Latest News on Men (And Women Too), Tallandier, 2017) and Être clown en 99 leçons (How to Be a Clown in 99 Lessons, La Bibliothèque, 2017). His passion for the theatre has inspired him to create several plays, while his predilection for the visual arts has prompted him to pen three books on art. A keen musician, he has written multiple albums too. He is also the Director of Philantropos, a university institute in the Swiss canton of Fribourg.
Tom Tirabosco is an illustrator and graphic novel artist, who has won multiple prizes for his comic art. Born in 1966, he trained at the Venice Academy of Fine Arts and later the Geneva School of Visual Arts. He is the co-founder of the Geneva School of Comic Art and Illustration, which he set up with the famous Swiss cartoonist Zep.