Born on September 7, 1950, Daniel obtained a Licence in Translation at the Université Laval, in Québec City, in 1973, and from then on, has been a translator (from English to French) first for the Canadian government (until 1987) and afterwards as a free-lancer. He is also an author, having written two books: Le feu sur la lune (et autres histoires), the translation of which you are presently reading, and a novel entitled Le roi des pissenlits, both published by Le Nordir. Several of his poems and other short stories have been published in magazines in Canada and in Belgium.
He has won several literary prizes, including the Binational Mexico-Québec Short Story Contest, in December 2003. His story was published both in Spanish in the daily Mexican newspaper Reforma, and in French, in an issue of the magazine Brèves littéraires in Québec.
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A Strange Moon Over a Life
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