Rober Racine was born in Montreal in 1956. He studied literature at Sainte-Thérèse College and then cinema and the history of art at the University of Montreal. Since then, he has been very active in a variety of artistic formats. He has produced numerous works of visual art; composed music, particularly dance music; written five novels, a play and a series of essays, and written six radio documentaries. He has also taught visual arts at the University of Montreal. Sadly, none of his literary work has been translated into English.
1992 Le Mal de Vienne [The Vienna Disease] (novel)
1997 Là-bas, tout près (novel)
1998 Le Dictionnaire suivi de La Musique des mots (essays)
1999 Le Cœur de Mattingly (drama)
2002 L’Ombre de la terre (novel)
2012 Les Vautours de Barcelone (novel)
2015 L’Atlas des films de Giotto (novel)