Eugène Savitzkaya was born in Saint-Nicolas, Belgium, in 1955. He has written several books of poetry — including Les couleurs de boucherie (Bougois, 1980), Bufo bufo bufo (Minuit, 1989) — and theater pieces. His novels include Mentir (Minuit, 1977), La disparition de maman (Minuit, 1982), Les morts sentent bon (Minuit, 1984), Sang de chien (Minuit, 1989), Marin mon coeur (Minuit, 1992), En vie (Minuit, 1995) and Exquise Louise (Minuit, 2003). Rules of Solitude is the first of his books translated into English.

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