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Yan Marchand is a writer and philosopher who lives and works in Brest, a city where it rains dogs, day by day (with an architecture that gives him the possibility to learn how to die). Anyway, there’s no danger that he is going to be a cynic.
studied illustration at the École des Arts décoratifs in Strasbourg. He is a contributor to the Comic-Online-Soap point rencontre saint andré de cubzac Autres Gens, the Fanzine site de rencontre buzz Écarquillettes and the Webmagazine rencontre la defense Numo.