Over the years, Pierre Bordage found notoriety as one of the best French popular fiction writers. Author of some forty works and novellas published by various houses (including Au Diable Vauvert), in different genres (his historical fantasy L’Enjomineur, science fantasy Les Fables de l’Humpur, thrillers, etc.), he has also developed novelized versions of films and has written screenplays. He even tried his hand at theatrical adaptation and then at adapting his own work into a comic book.
Pierre Bordage’s works offer a humanistic perspective, focusing on the search for spirituality, the fight against fanaticism and the misuse of political and religious power for the benefit of the few. Although his background is in science fiction, he focuses as much on the characters as he does on science and technology in his stories, and finds inspiration in epics and mythology from all over the world.
Pierre Bordage is the recipient of multiple literary prizes including Le Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire (1993) and Le Grand Prix Paul-Féval de Littérature Populaire (2000).