Canadian author Nadine Poirier has an endless bowl of ideas and words. As she says, she seems to cook them just right…
Graduate in recreology from the University of Quebec in Trois-Rivières, Nadine Poirier published her first title in 2006, entitled Olga, the onion peel girl. She was awarded the 2013 AQPF-ANEL prize for her novel Adios. Since 2010, she has devoted herself solely to writing, while also promoting reading in schools and libraries across French-speaking Canada. Nadine has participated twice in the « tournée délire » in British Columbia, as well as the tour Lire à tout vent.
In 2016, a thousand groups in schools and libraries received her visit.