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Nicolas Ancion is a Belgian writer born in Liège, Wallonia, Belgium, in 1971. His parents were professional puppeteers.
He writes fiction for adults, young adults and children and is the author of several theater plays and poetry collections Humour is an essential ingredient in his works. The literary supplement of Le Monde, France's flagship daily newspaper, dubbed him "Lewis Carol's true heir".
He loves literary challenges and performances: he wrote a novel in public in 24 hours during the Brussesl Book Fair (March 2010) and regularly uses web tools to share live writing.
His novel, "The 35-billion Euro Man" has been awarded the prix Rossel des jeunes in 2009. This novel describes the abduction of one of the richest men in the world, Lakshmi Mittal, CEO of ArcelorMittal. This novel is currently being adapted for the theater and the movies.