Jennifer Tremblay (born 1973) is a Canadian writer living in Quebec. She was born in Forestville. In 1990, she published a collection of poetry Histoires de foudre. She went on to graduate in creative writing at the Université du Québec à Montréal in 1995. Tremblay contributed short stories and articles to various magazines and wrote episodes for the Radio-Canada television series Les Chatouilles and Bouledogue Bazar. In 2004, she published her first novel Tout ce qui brille.In 2004, she co-founded the publishing house Éditions de la Bagnole, which publishes books for youth. It is now part of Groupe Livre Québecor Média. == Selected works == Un secret pour Matisse, youth literature (2004) Miro et les canetons du lac vert, youth literature (2006) Sacha et son sushi, youth literature (2008) Matisse et les vaches lunaires, youth literature (2009) La Liste, play, received the Governor General's Award for French-language drama in 2008 and the Prix Michel-Tremblay in 2010 She also received an award from the Centre national du théâtre in France. Her play was translated into five languages. Le Carrousel, play (2011) La délivrance, play (2014) Blues nègre dans une chambre rose, novel (2015) == References ==
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