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May 26
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POSTPONED | The Confession Embassy of France - La Maison Française 4101 Reservoir Road, NW - Washington, DC

CANCELED: Léo Quievreux

Please note that this tour has been canceled.

Léo Quievreux is a journalist, illustrator, and pionneer in the comic book industry who will be coming to the U.S. this April to present his newest work, The Immersion Program (Floating World Comics, 2019). 

Léo Quievreux was born in Mulhouse in 1971. He studied applied arts in the Estienne and Duperré schools (Paris). He founded Gotoproduction editions in 1991. His drawings have been regularly published by Le Dernier Cri editions since 1997. He also works for the press (Libération, Le Monde, Enjeux les Échos, La Revue Dessinée). In addition to his work as an illustrator-author, he participated in musical projects (PIK, Dragibus, including 2 tours in Japan). His comics are published by Matière editions since 2015. His works have also been published in the reviews Crachoir (France), Strapazin (Switzerland), Kus! (Latvia), Stripburger (Slovenia), Gorgonzola (France), Volcano (France), Smoke Signal (USA), etc.

About the Book: The Immersion Program

(Floating World Comics, 2019, translated by François Vigneault)

The subconscious is the battlefield of the near future.

“The Agency” seeks to recover a prototype of the EP-1 module, a frightening new weapon that harvests memories and reveals the unexplored subconscious. Freelance operative Anna Kiszczak is caught in a triangle of espionage where both conspirators and perception are suspect.

Factions within the Agency secretly pursue their own interests as the true potential of this new technology is revealed. Paranoia spreads as reality unravels and memory becomes a sinister refuge. 

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Critical Acclaim 

“This is a book that never reads twice the same way.”
—Christian Rosset, Diacritik

“Espionage, SF and paranoia: a chilling and addictive cocktail.”
—Anne-Claire Norot, Les Inrockuptibles

“A chilling and fascinating leap into the human psyche.”
—M. Ellis, BoDoï


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