Jacques Poulin, novelist (b at Saint-Gédéon de Beauce, Qc 23 Sep. 1937). Jacques Poulin, the author of nine novels and winner of several literary awards including the Prix David in 1995, is among the most widely read Québécois novelists of his generation and the most respected by critics.
Jacques Godbout, novelist, essayist, filmmaker, poet (b at Montréal 27 Nov 1933). One of the most important writers of his generation, Godbout strongly influenced post-1960 Québec intellectual life. After studies at College Brébeuf and Université de Montréal, he taught French in Ethiopia.
Pierre Bertrand, author and philosopher (b at Montréal, 1946). Pierre Bertrand, earned a PhD (Philosophy) from the Université de Paris VIII et Paris I. He had a career teaching philosophy at the CÉGEP Édouard-Montpetit in Longueuil on Montréal's south shore, and was a prolific and productive writer.