Brigitte Caron

Born in Montreal in 1962, Brigitte Caron began playing with words at an early age. She discovered theatre in CEGEP and pursued her studies at UQAM, where she received a Bachelor’s degree in dramatic arts, followed by a certificate and Master’s degree in creative writing. While studying at UQAM, Brigitte worked as a freelance writer in several fields, including for Croc magazine. In 1995, she struck out on her own and penned La fin du siècle comme si vous y étiez (moi, j’y étais), after she published Elle meurt à la fin with Sylvie Bérard. In 2002, Brigitte followed up with the sequel Le temps des amours lucides. Since 1992, she has been a professor of literature and creative writing at Cégep du Vieux Montréal.

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