RENAUD, Jacques. Also writes as Elie-Pierre Ysrael, Ji R. Canadian, b. 1943. Genres: Novels. Career: Freelance writer. Manual labor jobs, 1961- 65; Métro-Express, reporter, 1965-; Radio-Canada, researcher. Publications: Electrodes, 1962; Le Cassé, 1964, trans. by G. Robitaille as Flat Broke and Beat, 1964, trans. by D. Homel as Broke City, 1984; En d'autres paysages, 1970; Le Fond pur de l'errance irradie, 1975; Le Cycle du scorpion, 1979; La Colombe et la brisure éternité, 1979; L'Inde et le karma, 1979; Clandestine(s) ou la tradition du couchant, 1980; (with L. Cohen, C. Haeffely, and M. Lachance) D'Ailies et d'fles, 1980; (as Elie-Pierre Ysrael) Arcane Seize, 1980; La Ville: Venus et la Mélancolie, 1981; (as Ji R.) Par la Main du soleil, Les Saisons du Saphir, 1981; La Nuit des temps, 1981; L'Escape du diable: nouvelles, 1989; La Constellation du bouc emissaire: clause derogatoire, loi 101 et protototalitarisme, 1993. Address: c/o Author Mail, Les Editions Balzac, 5000 rue Iberville #328, Montreal, QC, Canada H2H 2M2.
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