Martin
Page

Born in 1975 in Paris, Martin Page is an author of novels, essay and children’s books. He was a fellow of the Akademie Schloss Solitude, an international artist-in-residence program in Stuttgart. Two of his novel were adapted for film: La Nuit a Dévoré le Monde directed by Dominique Rocher and Et Peut-être une Histoire d’Amour by the Brazilian director Rodrigo Bernardo (Talvez uma Historia de Amor). Several of his books have been adapted for theatre in France and abroad.

With his partner, Coline Pierré, Martin founded the independent publishing house Monstrograph. Together with other artists, they offer musical readings aimed at adults and children. Martin’s books have been published by Seuil, Gallimard, Editions de l’Oliver and L’Ecole des Loisirs in France, Penguin in the US and UK.