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Aurélie Razimbaud was born in Aix-en-Provence in 1983. She spent the first eighteen years of her life in Asia and Northern Europe before settling in Paris, where she pursued literary studies. Passionate about books, she spent nearly fifteen years working for various literary and art publishers, before taking over the management of Delpire & co, a Parisian gallery specializing in photography. Today, she is artistic director of the Prix Camera Clara and head of development at the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
Une vie de pierres chaudes, her first novel, was published by Albin Michel in 2018 and was awarded the Prix de la Fondation prince Pierre de Monaco.