Pierre Labrie

Pierre Labrie

April 23, 1972 – ...

Pierre Labrie (born 23 April 1972) is a Québécois poet, born at Mont-Joli, Quebec. He now lives in Trois-Rivières.
Very involved in the social and cultural milieu of the region, he was president of the Société des Écrivains de la Mauricie, co-founder and editor of les Éditions Cobalt, and co-founder of the magazine Les Soirs Rouges, which he ran until 2003. He has published several titles, including À tout hasard (Le Sabord, 2000), L’amour usinaire (Écrits des forges, 2002, shortlisted for the Gérald Godin Prize and the Félix Leclerc Prize in 2003), Voyage dans chacune des Cellules (Trois-Pistoles, 2003, shortlisted for the Gérald Godin Prize in 2004), à minuit. changez la date (Écrits des Forges, 2004), La pléiade des nombres épidémiques (Trois-Pistoles, 2005) and Le mobile du temps (Trois-Pistoles, 2006).
In 2005, Pierre Labrie was awarded the Gérald Godin Prize for à minuit. changez la date.