Nathalène Armand is an author, copy writer and educator. She has a
Master’s degree in Creative Writing from McGill University. In 2005,
Arts – Sciences –
an academic society for education and encouragement of the arts run
by the Académie française, awarded her the Bronze Medal in
Literature in the “Author” category, highlighting her literary
potential and encouraging her to continue writing. In 2006, she
published her first novel, Le bonheur rend sourd, the
manuscript of which was a finalist for the Robert-Cliche prize.
La valse des timides, published in 2007, is her second novel.
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