GODBOUT, Jacques. Canadian, b. 1933. Genres: Poetry, Novels, Essays. Career: University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, assistant professor of French, 1954-57; National Film Board of Canada, filmmaker, 1957-. Liberte, cofounder, 1959; University of Montreal, lecturer, 1969; University of California, Berkeley, lecturer, 1985. Publications: Carton-pate (poetry), 1956; Les Paves secs, 1958; C'est la chaude loi des hommes (poetry), 1960; L'Aquarium (novel), 1962; (ed., with J.R. Colombo) Poesie/Poetry 64, 1963; Le Couteau sur la table (novel), 1965, trans. by P. Williams, as Knife on the Table, 1968; Salut Galarneau! (novel), 1967, trans. by A. Brown as Hail Galarneau!, 1970; (with Colombo) Le Grande Muraille de Chine (poem; title means: The Great Wall of China), 1969; D'Amour, P.Q. (novel), 1972; (with P. Turgeon) L'Interview: texteradiophonique, 1973; Le Reformiste: textes tranquilles (title means: The Reformer), 1975; L'Isle au dragon, 1976, trans. by D. Ellis as Dragon Island, 1978; Les Tetes a Papineau, 1981; Le Murmure marchand (essay), 1984; Souvenirs Shop: Poemes et prose 1956-1960, 1984; Une Histoire Americaine (novel), 1986, trans. by Y. Saint-Pierre as An American Story, 1988; (with L. Plamondon) Un Coeur de Rockeur (song lyrics; title means: Rocker's Heart), 1988; L'ecrivain de province (diary; title means: Writer from the Province), 1991; L'Ecran de bonheur (essay), 1990; Le Temps des Galarneau (novel), 1993; Une Lecon de chasse (short story), 1997; D'ile en ile (correspondence), 1997. Contributor to anthologies, reviews, magazines. Author of written material for films. Address: 815 Pratt, Outremont, Montreal, QC, Canada H2V 2T7.