Contemporary Canadian Literature with a Distinctly Urban Twist

Anvil Press

Marie-Sissi Labrèche

Marie-Sissi Labrèche is the author of seven books and her work has also been featured in such publications as Stop, XYZ, Nouvelles fraiches, and in the anthology Folles frues fortes (Éditions Tête première 2019). Borderline, her first novel, was published in 2000 by Éditions Boréal, and has since been translated into German, Russian, Dutch, Greek, and now English. Labrèche co-authored the script for the movie Borderline, adapted from her first two novels (Max Films), which won a Genie, four Jutras, and multiple international film prizes. Her other works include La Brèche (Éditions Boréal, 2002), Montréal, la marge au coeur (Éditions Autrement, 2004), La lune dans un HLM (Éditions Boréal 2006), Psy malgré moi (Éditions de la Courte Échelle, 2009), Amour et autres violences (Éditions Boréal, 2012), and La Vie sur Mars (Éditions Leméac, 2014). She lives in Montreal.

Books by Marie-Sissi Labrèche