LA FILLE DE DEBUSSY
Roman

(Debussy’s Daughter)

Third novel, Editions Heloise d’Ormesson (2014)
Spring 1918. Claude-Emma Debussy, affectionately nicknamed Chouchou, confides in her diary. Wearing a tender look on the world, she describes her daily life, in a time marked by war. In tribute to her dead father, she promises to read his music at the piano every week. Far from scales ad arpeggios, she writes the music of her life with poetry and candor. La Fille de Debussy takes us into the romantic world of a girl like no other, which was the joy of a genius composer. The reader can not but be affected by this forgotten creature brought back to life by the magic of literature thanks to Damien Luce, tightrope poet whose book rings true and beautiful. (Livre Hebdo)

CYRANO DE BOUDOU
Roman

Cyrano de Boudou

Second novel, Editions Héloïse d’Ormesson (2012)

Fancy full immersion in the artistic life of the Belle Epoque, among Guillaume Apollinaire Sarah Bernhardt or Jean Cocteau, Cyrano de Boudou creates a poetic, sometimes melancholic world. Cyrano de Boudou” is a beautiful love and learning novel. This atypical “Cyrano with red nose” has the strong evocative power and leaves deep scars on the reader. (La Voix du Luxembourg)

LE CHAMBRIOLEUR
Roman

First novel, Editions Héloïse d’Ormesson (2010)

Raised by forgetful parents, mocked mercilessly by her classmates, Jeanne invents daily life to her measure, where the walls are movie screens, where reality and fiction overlap one over the other.

A tender and abounding tale. (The World of books)

LE CRIME DU PROFESSEUR FRACCILLION
Pièce de théâtre

Drama. One act Play.

Éditions Xantho (2014)

Professeur Fraccillion’s time machine destroys the modern world. Fraccillion ends up in court, where he has to face his crime.

PRESQUE TROP SÉRIEUX
Théâtre

Drama. Dialog on the theme of childhood.

Éditions Xantho (2005)

D'ABORD DERRIÈRE LES ROSES
Nouvelle

Short story. Éditions Xantho (2004).

The narrator, whose name is unknown, is a lonely old man. Étymologiste, he spent most of his life in books, and has become gradually disillusioned and taciturn. His land lady is his only contact with the outside world. But one day, he is forced raise his two orphaned nephews, Antoine and Jean, aged seven and nine. This intrusion disrupts his life. Never having to deal with children, he feels helpless against these two little boys. Throughout his diary, we follow the evolution of their relationship: their shyness, their budding complicity, their moments of abandon. The old man, with his two little orphans, takes new interest in life.