Chloé Savoie-Bernard is a Montreal writer of poetry (Royaume scotch tape, 2015; Fastes, 2018) and short stories (Des femmes savantes, 2016, a finalist for the Prix des collégiens and recipient of an honourable mention at the Adrienne Choquette Prize). She also directed the collective Corps, published by Triptyque in 2017. She has collaborated on several magazines such as Filles Missiles, Nouveau Projet, Contrejour, Estuaire and Françoise Stéréo, on collectives (Ce qui existe entre nous, Larguer les amours) and has read her work on various stages in Quebec and Haiti. She has been a member of the editorial board of Moebius magazine since its redesign in 2015. Interested in multidisciplinary practices, she has participated in projects in visual arts, stage performance, and music. She is currently completing a PhD on the discursive use of history in women's writing in Quebec between the 1970s and the 1990s.