Michel Rio

Michel Rio (born 1945) is a French writer and novelist.

Born in Brittany, he was raised in Madagascar and currently lives in Paris. He studied semiology and published his first novel in 1972. Although he was well-received by critics and has won several literary awards, he is still better known overseas (especially in the United States) than he is in France.

His works have been translated into many languages, and are mostly rather short. Recurring themes include man's relationship to nature, the ignoble elements of sex, themes from the Arthurian Cycle and suicide. Several of his books feature a writer named Jerome Avalon who questions the nature of writing as an art. Provided by Wikipedia
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