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In 1983, Guy Boulianne published a first collection of poetry entitled "Avant-propos d’un prince fou", followed in 1987 by a second collection entitled "La bataille des saints". In 1983, he was appointed to the board of directors of the R...
In 1983, Guy Boulianne published a first collection of poetry entitled "Avant-propos d’un prince fou", followed in 1987 by a second collection entitled "La bataille des saints". In 1983, he was appointed to the board of directors of the Regroupement des Auteurs-Éditeurs Autonomes (RAEA). He became co-director of the Frère Jérôme art gallery from 1983 to 1987. He then opened his own gallery in the heart of Montreal, the Imagine art gallery, after the Lézart gallery took over from the Frère Jérôme gallery for three years. From 1983 to 1987, he produced two television programs at the Videotron station: "Ecriture d'ici" and "Plume et pinceau".
From 2005 to 2009, he was the editor-in-chief of the Mille Poètes publishing house (Delaware, United States). In 2007, he wrote and published the surrealist story “Les Biflides se souviensent”, and the historical essay “Le Mont du roi”. In 2010, he won the Francophonie Honorary Diploma at the "Europoésie UNICEF 2010 Competition" in France. His name also appears in the “Dictionnaire des poètes d’ici – de 1606 à nos jours”, published by Éditions Guérin, Quebec.
In 2009, he founded Éditions Dédicaces, a company that is still in operation. In the meantime, he writes and publishes the books "Le Prince Fou", volumes 1 and 2 (translated into English and Spanish), "La Société fabienne: Les maîtres de la subversion démasqués" and "L’Arche de Gabriel : de La Mecque à l’Antarctique”.
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