Michel Alvès (14 September 1940, Nice) is a French writer.
He is the author of four novels:
H. Bonciu, or Horia Bonciu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈhori.a ˈbont͡ʃju]; reportedly born Bercu, Beniamin or Hieronim Haimovici, also known as Bonciu Haimovici, Haimovici Bonciu; May 19, 1893 – April 27, 1950), was a Romanian novelist, poet, journalist and translator, noted especially as an atypical figure on his country’s avant-garde scene. His work, comprising several volumes of poetry […]
Pierre-Joseph Bernard (26 August 1708 – 1 November 1775), called Gentil-Bernard by Voltaire for the measured grace of his discreetly erotic verses, was a French military man and salon poet with the reputation of a rake, the author of several libretti for Rameau. Mme de Pompadour arranged to have him appointed a royal librarian, at […]
Mathilde Madden, pen name of Mathilda Gregory, is a British erotica author and Guardian journalist. Her novel Equal Opportunities is about a female sadist who sexually dominates a man left wheelchair bound after an accident. Her other novels include Mad About the Boy, about women paying men for sex and Peep Show, about a female […]
Paride da Ceresara (10 February 1466 – 1532) was an Italian humanist, poet, alchemist and astrologer. He was born in Ceresara and was descended from the Ceresara, a noble family. He was in the service of Isabella d’Este in Mantua and came up with the mythological, allegorical and celebratory themes for at least two of […]
Jan Cremer (Dutch pronunciation: [jɑn ˈkreːmər]; born 20 April 1940, Enschede, Netherlands) is a Dutch author, photographer and painter. His best known work is the novel Ik, Jan Cremer [nl] (“I, Jan Cremer”; 1964) and the sequel Ik, Jan Cremer, tweede boek (“I, Jan Cremer, second book”; 1966). The publication of this book created scandal in […]