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Meeting with Anne-Fleur Multon & Tom and Nathan Lévêque

Cultural ,  Conference ,  Litterature ,  Reading in Rochefort
  • After studying literature at the Sorbonne and the École Normale Supérieure, where Anne-Fleur Multon worked on children's literature and gender, she decided to devote herself fully to writing. A committed feminist, a fighter for LGBT rights and a self-confessed bookworm, her novels are just like her: lively, contemporary and, above all, heroically adolescent. She is the author of the children's series "Allô Sorcières" and the thriller "C'est pas ma faute", co-written with Samantha Bailly. She...
    After studying literature at the Sorbonne and the École Normale Supérieure, where Anne-Fleur Multon worked on children's literature and gender, she decided to devote herself fully to writing. A committed feminist, a fighter for LGBT rights and a self-confessed bookworm, her novels are just like her: lively, contemporary and, above all, heroically adolescent. She is the author of the children's series "Allô Sorcières" and the thriller "C'est pas ma faute", co-written with Samantha Bailly. She has also contributed to the collective works "La revanche des princesses" and "Au cœur de la forêt". In 2022, she made her debut in adult literature with Les Nuits Bleues.
    In 2020, Anne-Fleur Multon wrote an unpublished short story and took part in the book "En quête d'un grand peut-être: guide de littérature ado", alongside Tom and Nathan Lévêque. These twins, who fell into the world of children's literature at the same time when they were young, each opened a literary blog and then a Youtube channel. Today they are both professionals in the children's books and publishing industry: Tom is a publishing assistant at Sarbacane and Nathan works for the website Babelio.com.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Schedules
Schedules
  • On May 30, 2024 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM