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Pan Bouyoucas


Pan Bouyoucas was born in 1946, in Lebanon of Greek parents, and came to Canada in 1963. After studies in architecture, in Montreal and New York City, he obtained a BFA (theatre and film) at Concordia University, and worked a few years as a film critic. He published his first novel in 1975. In 1977, he left on a three-year journey across Europe and Greece. When he returned to Montreal, he wrote mostly for the theatre, in English and French, as writer-in-residence at Centaur Theatre, then Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui. His published work includes novels, short stories, and a book for children.

Bouyoucas has a substantial literary career in Quebec and France where he is well known for numerous literary accomplishments. His novel, L’Autre, was shortlisted for the Governor General’s Literary Award and the Prix Marcel-Couture du Salon du Livre.

Books by Pan Bouyoucas

Aegean Aegean Tales

Manwhowanted The Man Who Wanted to Drink Up the Sea

Portrait_of_a_husband_with_the_ashes_of_his_wife_-_sheila_fischman Portrait of a Husband with the Ashes of His Wife

Books translated by Pan Bouyoucas

Dans l'ombre de Maggie



August 16, 1946