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Arno Bertina, born in 1975, is the prolific and critically acclaimed author of several novels, including the trilogy (Le Dehors ou la migration des truites, Appoggio, and Anima motrix), an epic on some refugees flocking at the door of Europe. His novel J'ai appris a ne pas rire du demon (I Learnt not to Laugh at the Demon) is biographic fiction dedicated to the singer Johnny Cash, and his philosophical road novel Je suis une aventure features tennis star Roger Federer as a central character. He is also one of the founders and editors of the influential Paris-based literary review Inculte. His first U.S. book, Brando, My Solitude (CounterpathPress), has just been published, translated into English by American writer Laird Hunt.
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