Michel, Jean and David Goudreault are close to the Prix littéraire France-Québec

Michel Jean et David Goudreault se rapprochent du Prix littéraire France-Québec

They are no more than three novelists in the race for the Prix littéraire France-Québec 2020. The quebec authors as Michel Jean and David Goudreault are always of the number.

Also a journalist and the head of the antenna, Michel, Jean can still win this honor thanks to his work Kukum (Freedom of Expression), articulated his great-grand-mother innu.

A multidisciplinary artist, David Goudreault made about him because of the quality of the text of Your death to me (Stanké) that allows you to discover the life full of twists and turns of a poet.

“In these difficult times, it is comforting to see that our works can bring people together”, has indicated in a press release Johanne Guay, vice-president of the publishing Group Librex, which oversees the homes of Free Expression, and Stanké.

The writer who completes the trio of finalists is Gabrielle Filteau-Chiba, author of Waterfowl (XYZ). The story is located in the region of the High-Kamouraska speaks of the protection of the fauna and of the territory, in particular with the presence of Raphaëlle, a guard-solitary hunting.

The grand prize winner will be known in November next after a vote held on the previous month by the members of the association France-Québec / francophone world, in the different French regions.

The Prix littéraire France-Québec is awarded since 1998 to help promote the writings quebecers in the Hexagon. Last year, Matthieu Simard has received a similar honour after the release of his novel The écrivements.