Pierre-Jean-Baptiste Nougaret (16 December 1742, La Rochelle – 27 June 1823, Paris) was an 18th–19th-century French man of letters. He is the author of over one hundred forty volumes covering the most diverse subjects and in all genres: serious and facetious poems, dramas, parodies, historical compilations, political writings, collections of anas, epistolary novels, novels, memoirs. He is best known for his involvement with Nicolas Edme Restif de La Bretonne, whom he met on his arrival in Paris in 1766.
He died 27 June 1823 in Paris, at 4 rue d’Assas, aged eighty.
Among the multitude of works of this prolific poet, novelist, playwright, moralist and above all author of licentious books are: