After graduating high school, Thibault Jacquot-Paratte left his native Annapolis Valley, first to do a work term in translations in Cameroon, then to live in a van all around North America, then to do a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Nordic Studies at the Sorbonne before returning to Nova Scotia and the valley in 2018.
His first three plays came out in 2016-2017, followed by his collected verse, Cries of somewhere’s soil (2020); a miscellany, Souvenirs et fragments; and the novel A dream is a notion of (2022).
Dozens of his short stories and poems have appeared in journals and anthologies, including Moose House Stories, Volumes 1 and 2.
He recently co-edited a charity anthology for Ukraine, Il y a des bombes qui tombent sur Kyiv (2022). He writes in both English and French, plays music, tells jokes both good and bad, and likes to spend time with his wife and their daughter.
Thibault Jacquot-Paratte books
A dream is a notion of, Novel, Cyberwit, 2022
Souvenirs et Fragments, Miscellany, Éditions Édilivre, 2022
Cries of somewhere's soil, Poetry, Cyberwit, 2020
Chlorophyllisme, Drama, Éditions Édilivre, 2017
Les mangeurs d'ail, Drama, Éditions Édilivre, 2017.
La dérivée de pâques, Drama, Éditions Édilivre, 2016