I’ve never done this before, but this is an issue that our Service Members, Veterans and the Families they leave behind are dealing with on a daily basis, so I wanted to get the word out to everyone about this, and the only way I knew how was via my site.
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Canadian author and editor Joël Champetier died on May 30. Champetier’s first story, “Le chemin des fleurs” appeared in Solaris in 1981 and his first novel, “La mer au fond du monde” appeared in 1990. In 1983, he helped organize the first Boréal Congress and was on the board of directors for several years. Beginning in 1990, he held various positions at Solaris and was managing editor at the time of his death.
His other works included ” The Dragon’s Eye”, “La taupe et le dragon: Roman” and “La mémoire du lac”.