Yves Frémion (born 1947) is a French author and former editor of the French science fiction magazine Univers. He has also edited a number of anthologies and has worked for the comic and humour magazine Fluide Glacial. Most recently, he is the author of the book Orgasms of History: 3000 years of spontaneous insurrection, which charts episodes of "revolt and utopia" throughout history. He is a member of the French Green Party and is a former member of the European Parliament.

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  • Yves Frémion (born 1947) is a French author and former editor of the French science fiction magazine Univers. He has also edited a number of anthologies and has worked for the comic and humour magazine Fluide Glacial. Most recently, he is the author of the book Orgasms of History: 3000 years of spontaneous insurrection, which charts episodes of "revolt and utopia" throughout history. He is a member of the French Green Party and is a former member of the European Parliament. (en)
  • Yves Frémion, de son nom complet Yves Frémion-Danet, né le 14 juin 1947 à Lyon (Rhône), est un écrivain, critique de bande dessinée et homme politique français. Il est également connu sous les pseudonymes : Art(h)ur Conan Doc, Batteste Monokini, Bethsabée Mouchot, Hassen Seffaf, Yvan E. Frémov, Jean-Edern Hyerestation-du-RER, Laurent Tharbes, Les Frères L. et D. Corson de Rojayheart, Max de Blé, Noël Hobalcon et Paco Tison, Théophraste Épistolier, Yves Frémion de la Fermez, Yves Mousse, et le pseudonyme collectif Colonel Durruti qu'il partage avec Emmanuel Jouanne. (fr)
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  • Yves Frémion (born 1947) is a French author and former editor of the French science fiction magazine Univers. He has also edited a number of anthologies and has worked for the comic and humour magazine Fluide Glacial. Most recently, he is the author of the book Orgasms of History: 3000 years of spontaneous insurrection, which charts episodes of "revolt and utopia" throughout history. He is a member of the French Green Party and is a former member of the European Parliament. (en)
  • Yves Frémion, de son nom complet Yves Frémion-Danet, né le 14 juin 1947 à Lyon (Rhône), est un écrivain, critique de bande dessinée et homme politique français. Il est également connu sous les pseudonymes : Art(h)ur Conan Doc, Batteste Monokini, Bethsabée Mouchot, Hassen Seffaf, Yvan E. Frémov, Jean-Edern Hyerestation-du-RER, Laurent Tharbes, Les Frères L. et D. Corson de Rojayheart, Max de Blé, Noël Hobalcon et Paco Tison, Théophraste Épistolier, Yves Frémion de la Fermez, Yves Mousse, et le pseudonyme collectif Colonel Durruti qu'il partage avec Emmanuel Jouanne. (fr)
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