Christian Guay-Poliquin was born in Saint-Armand in 1982. He is now developing a thesis project on the hunting narrative and also works in renovation. The pencil behind his ear serves to mark his measures as much as it does to record his ideas. Les fil de kilometres (La Peuplade, 2013) is his first novel, now published in English as Running on Fumes.
Born and raised in Montreal, Jacob Homel has translated or collaborated in the translation of a number of works, including Nelly Arcan’s Hysteric and Breakneck, The Battle of London and The Last Genet.
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…three collections of poetry have been nominated: Running on Fumes by Christian Guay-Poliquin The Days by M.A.C. …
…administrators, and, finally, the recipient. Running on Fumes by Christian Guay-Poloquin, translated by Jacob …