Jérôme Bertin

 
Jérôme Bertin (born 1975 in Limoges, France, lives and works in Marseille) is a novelist, poet, and publisher.
 
Jérôme Bertin - Goulag sous les étoiles
2017
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
The daily routine of a dropout in the city of Marseille.
Jérôme Bertin - Retour de bâtard
2016
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
The follow-up of Jérôme Bertin 's autobiographical enterprise: the life of an outcast in the margins of society.
Jérôme Bertin - La peau sur la table - Suivi de Autoportrait
2014
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
A raw, powerful and disjunctive pamphlet against our civilization, followed by the author's self-portrait.
Jérôme Bertin - Première ligne - 105 mesures pour une guerre
2014
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
A poetic manifesto against the brutality of all forms of power.
Jérôme Bertin - Projet Wolfli
2014
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
A dystopian tale describing a guerilla between fascist militias and utopist groups.
Jérôme Bertin - Pute
2013
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
The trial of a dropout, convicted for the murders of her lover, a prostitute, and of her client, a deputy. A contemporary fable by transgressive writer Jérôme Bertin.
Jérôme Bertin - Le patient
2012
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
A picaresque novel taking place in a psychiatric institution. Bertin's “raw” style is reminiscent of Bukowski, Céline, and Artaud.
Jérôme Bertin - Bâtard du vide
2011
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
Jérôme Bertin's autobiographical novel tells a dissolute youth in the margins of society, from addictions and violence to psychiatric stays. With still the fierce desire to write.


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