Joy Sorman

Born in 1973, Joy Sorman was awarded the Flore Prize in 2005 for her first novel, Boys, boys, boys then in 2013, the François Mauriac Prize by the Académie française for Comme une bête. Her book, La Peau de l’ourse, published in 2014, is a tale both fantastical and philosophical about a creature half man, half bear and was short-listed for the Prix Goncourt. Her latest work, Sciences de la vie, was published in September 2017 by Seuil.

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