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Our random article today is Hélène Monette.
Hélène Monette (June 11, 1960 – June 25, 2015) was a Quebec writer.
The youngest daughter of André Monette and Rita Roquebrune, she was born in Saint-Philippe-de-Laprairie and was educated at the Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe, at the Université du Québec à Montréal and at Concordia University. Monette was co-founder of the magazine Ciel variable, later CV Photo. She has performed her poems on stage accompanied by musicians and appeared in festivals in Quebec, France, Mexico and Portugal. She has also taken part in recorded poetry such as La vache enragée directed by Mitsiko Miller and Wired on words-Millenium Cabaret directed by Ian Ferrier. She has read poetry on Radio Canada and performed in the films Seul dans mon putain d'univers and Les Mots dits. Her poems have appeared in the literary magazines Moebius, Arcade and Le Sabord.
Her poetry collection Lettres insolites (1991) was nominated for the Prix Émile-Nelligan.
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