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Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Welcome to our new Foreign Rights Site! Here you can preview all our titles available for foreign language editions.
You can also download our recent rights list in English via the button “Rights List”.

Our various programs are listed under the following categories:
“La dentelle du cygne”  - science-fiction and fantasy,
“Insomniaques et ferroviaires” - thriller and detective novels,
“Romans etc.” - general literature,
“Bibliothèque de la Chamaille” - theatre
and “Comme un accordéon” - non-fiction.
The recent collections “Flambant neuf” for graphic novels and “Le Maedre”, fiction for children and young adults, complete the list.

Please do not hesitate to contact me or our representative in your home country. (links below)
I will be pleased to provide you with additional information or send you some reading copies.

With best wishes,

Annette Werther-Médou

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Nathalie C. Henneberg

Le Dieu foudroyé

Ever more lyrically, in Le Dieu foudroyé Nathalie Henneberg tells of the arduous reconquering of the Earth, a new Dante's Inferno, which takes place a long time after the cliff-hanging victory over Sigma of Arcturus.  [...]


Catherine Dufour

Entends la nuit

When you are 25 with a master’s degree in communications, with a dependent mother and an absent father, you don’t think twice about accepting a job when it comes up. Myriam has been appointed to carry out IT monitoring in a company in the Bercy district a [...]


Johan Heliot

Frankenstein 1918

The story takes place in a 20th century where the Second World War hasn't taken place, the First World War having lasted twenty years, followed by a Prussian protectorate which ended only in the 60s. For different reasons, the great figures linked to 39-4 [...]


Olivier Paquet

Les Loups de Prague

In a world where States have vanished to the advantage of the cities, Prague, eight years after a military coup, has become a living town, which regenerates and defends itself like a human immune system. But "the Town has claws" and the Guild of Crime, a  [...]


Camille Leboulanger


Both an initiation novel and a philosophical tale, Malboire makes no concessions concerning personal and collective responsibility vis-à-vis ecological disasters. “They knew, yet they did nothing”- this is the leitmotif whenever the past is mentioned. [...]

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