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Loïc Clément

Guest at the 2019 Books & Music Festival

Loïc Clement was born in 1981 in Groville. He shares his residence between Brittany, New York and Singapore. Writer of comics for adults and children, and author of illustrated albums and novels, Loïc is passionate about books. He was a specialist bookseller, literary dancer, librarian and trainer in the field of book professions, before embarking on writing himself. Her collaboration with Anne Montel is at the origin of Temps des Mitaines, Chaussette, Les Jours Sucrés, the Chronicles of the Lost Island and soon Miss Charity adapted from the novel by Marie-Aude Murail. He also collaborates with hairier people like Clément Lefèvre or Bertrand Gatignol, and funny ladies like Carole Maurel, Sanoe and Yuko Fukushima for a series of youth comics published by Delcourt. They all have in common that they deal with difficult and intimate subjects such as bullying at school, illness or the loneliness of the elderly, for example. 
Loïc particularly appreciates white chocolate and loves being offered it after reading this information provided innocently in his bio.