Thierry Horguelin

Thierry Horguelin

  • France

Born in Montreal in 1965, Thierry Horguelin lives in Belgium since 1991. During twenty years, he worked as a book reviewer and film critic for numerous magazines and newspapers in Canada, France, and Belgium. He is currently copy-editor in chief at Indications (Brussels), editor and book designer for les éditions Le Cormier (Brussels), and assistant manager of Espace Livres & Création, a Belgian small-press network. Among his publications: Le Voyageur de la nuit (L’Oie de Cravan, 2005); La Nuit sans fin (L’Oie de Cravan, 2009); Choses vues (L’Oie de Cravan, 2012); Alphabétiques (L’Herbe qui tremble, 2015). La Nuit sans fin received the Franz de Wever Book Award in 2009. Horguelin’s website:

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