“First, let me say I’ve never had any interest in successful, well-adjusted people.” Jerry Wilson, author of ‘A Kind of Kaddish’, in conversation with Sébastien Doubinsky.Read More
Sébastien Doubinsky is a bilingual French writer, born in Paris in 1963. An established writer in France, Sébastien Doubinsky has published a series of novels, covering different genres, from classical literature to crime fiction, as well as a few poetry collections. His novels, The Babylonian Trilogy (Goodbye Babylon in the US), The Song of Synth and Absinth have been published in the UK and the US. Three of his poetry collections, Mothballs, Spontaneous Combustions, and Zen And The Art of Poetry Maintenance have been published in the UK. He currently lives in Aarhus, Denmark, with his wife and his two children, where he teaches French literature, culture and history.
“From the start, the reader is embarks on a mind-altering journey which may just be the alcohol-induced dreams of a drunkard met in the introductory chapter.” Sébastien Doubinsky reviews Robert Pinget’s novel ‘Graal Flibuste’.Read More
“There is actually nothing glamorous in being a writer or an artist, sorry.” Sébastien Doubinsky, The Missing Slate’s Author of the Month, in conversation with Casey Harding.Read More
“Salomonsen felt like saying: “I’m only forty-three years old, dammit! I’m not an old man!” But he remembered immediately that he was going to die soon and that it wasn’t particularly a sign of youthfulness.” Story of the Week (December 31), by Sébastien Doubinsky. Translated from French by the author.Read More