Laurent Mauvignier, dressed in black in front of grey background
Laurent Mauvignier

Laurent
Mauvignier

Laurent Mauvignier was born in Tours in 1967. He gained a degree in Fine Art from the École des Beaux-Arts in 1991, and published his first novel, Loin d’eux [Far from Them], in 1999. He has since written numerous novels, including In the Crowd (2006), The Wound (2009) and Continuer [Carrying On] (2018), all published by Éditions de Minuit, and is the winner of eleven literary prizes, including the Prix Wepler and the Prix Amerigo-Vespucci. He is also a playwright and has written scripts for TV and film. The Birthday Party is his first book with Fitzcarraldo Editions.

Laurent Mauvignier was born in Tours in 1967. He gained a degree in Fine Art from the École des Beaux-Arts in 1991, and published his first novel, Loin d’eux [Far from Them], in 1999. He has since written numerous novels, including In the Crowd (2006), The Wound (2009) and Continuer [Carrying On] (2018), all published by Éditions de Minuit, and is the winner of eleven literary prizes, including the Prix Wepler and the Prix Amerigo-Vespucci. He is also a playwright and has written scripts for TV and film. The Birthday Party is his first book with Fitzcarraldo Editions.

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