BRAMLY, Serge. French (born Tunisia), b. 1949. Genres: Biography, Novels. Career: Worked as a journalist, publisher, and art critic. Publications: Terre Wakan: Univers sacre des Indiens d'Amerique du Nord, 1974; (ed. and compiler) Macumba, forces noires du Bresil: Les Enseignements de Maria-Jose, mere des dieux, 1975, trans. by M. Bogin as Macumba: The Teachings of Maria-Jose, Mother of the Gods, 1977, rev. ed. as Macumba: Forces noires du Bresil, 1981; Rudolf Steiner, prophete de l'homme nouveau, 1976; (with E. de Smedt and V. Bardet) La Pratique des arts divinatoires: Astrologie, tarots, chiromancie, geomancie, Yi-king, 1976; L'Itineraire du fou (novel), 1978; Un Piege a lumiere (novel), 1979; Man Ray, 1980; (with J-P.I. Amunategui) Le Livre des dates, 1981; La Danse du loup, 1982; Un Poisson muet, surgi de la mer, 1985; Leonard de Vinci, 1988, trans. by S. Reynolds as Leonardo: Discovering the Life of Leonardo da Vinci, 1991; L. de Vinci: Manuscrit sur le vol des oiseaux, 1989; Le grand cheval de Leonard: Le Projet monumental de Leonard de Vinci, 1990; Madame Satan (novel), 1992; Chambre Close, 1992, trans. by P. Goud; La Terreur dans le boudoir (novel), 1994; Mona Lisa, 1994; Le Reseau Melchior, 1996. Address: c/o Publicity Director, Jean Claude Lattes, 17 rue Jacob, F-75006 Paris, France.
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