Serge Brussolo

Serge Brussolo

French writer
Date of Birth: 31.05.1951
Country: France

Content:
  1. Серж Брюссоло: Unconventional French Writer
  2. Multifaceted Author
  3. Selected Works

Серж Брюссоло: Unconventional French Writer

Serge Brussolo, a French writer, was born on May 31, 1951, in Paris. He is known by various pen names such as Kitty Dum, Akira Suzuko, D. Morlock, and Zeb Chilliko. Brussolo made his debut as a writer in 1972 with the fantastic short story "The Fugitive". Just six years later, in 1978, he was recognized as the "most unusual writer" and his works received the Grand Prize of French Science Fiction and positive reviews from critics.

Serge Brussolo

Multifaceted Author

Besides his talent for writing and unconventional approach to literature, Brussolo gained fame through the sheer volume of his published works. He released between 4 to 10 publications annually, and by the years 1982 to 1999, he had written a total of 72 books. His works span the genres of horror, science fiction, children's fantasy, mystery, and realism. Some of his works are enriched with dark humor and vivid descriptions, which elicit mixed reactions from critics and readers alike. Nevertheless, Brussolo has been twice honored with the Grand Prize of French Science Fiction, as well as the "Ronnie Senior" award, the "Golden Grauli" award, and the "Apollo" award. His fantastic stories for children have gained significant popularity.

Selected Works

Among Serge Brussolo's extensive list of books, some of his best-selling works are specifically tailored for children, including:

  • "The Princess and the Lead Man"
  • "The Day of the Blue Dog"
  • "The Cave of a Thousand Secrets"
  • "The Red Jungle"
  • "The Curse of the Crown"

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