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Author biography CORDURIE Sylvain

Sylvain Cordurié fed his imagination with comics by Alan Moore and André Franquin, before studying the fine arts in Angers. After graduation, he turned to writing role-playing games, putting to use his ability to combine fantasy and history. It was by working on a collection dedicated to witch-hunting that he got the idea for the fantasy comics series "Salem la Noire" (Delcourt, 2003). But his imagination is not limited to the past: after "Salem," he wrote "Acriboréa" (Delcourt, 2006), an intergalactic science fiction series. He then turned his attention to writing scripts, including "One" (Le Lombard, 2009; Europe Comics in English, 2019), a contemporary thriller mixing politics and the fantastic.

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