Nicole Augereau (born October 25, 1972) is a French writer-artist best known for her graphic biography of Haitian singer and activist Manno Char­le­magne, Quand viennent les bêtes sauvages, which won the 2017 Prix Artemisia special jury prize.


  • Tap-Tap Haïti (Éditions FLBLB, 2004)
  • On fait la course (Éditions FLBLB, 2009)
  • Zitoune, with Grégory Jarry (Éditions FLBLB, 2010)
  • Quand viennent les bêtes sauvages (Éditions FLBLB, 2016)
  • Voyages en Égypte et en Nubie de Giam­bat­tista Belzoni, premier voyage, with Lucie Castel and Grégory Jarry (Éditions FLBLB, 2017)


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