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country of citizenship: France
native language: French
language of expression: French
occupation: writer, science fiction writer
award received: Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire
Philippe Curval is the pseudonym of Philippe Tronche (born December 27, 1929), a French journalist and science fiction writer.
He first became of interest in 1962 and in 1977 won the Prix Apollo for Cette chère humanité (translated into English by Steve Cox as Brave Old World, Allison & Busby, 1981). He is also known for his works of science fiction criticism and as an editor.
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author: Mélanie Fazi, Frédéric Serva, Stéphane Beauverger, Sébastien Wojewodka, Alain Damasio, Thomas Becker, Hugues Simard, Marilou Graniti-Levit, David Calvo, Philippe Curval, Jeanne Julien, Francis Berthelot, Jacques Mucchielli, Léo Henry
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