Miriam Bridenne

Deputy Director
Favorite Genres
children books, literary fiction, narrative nonfiction, Poetry, theater
After almost two decades of working in publishing, and a few round trips between Paris and New York, Miriam has decided to settle down at Albertine to do what she enjoys most: recommending books she loves. Somehow this also includes taking bizarre pictures for Albertine's social media outlets.
Miriam Bridenne | April 25, 2022
What is at stake when we meet someone? Moreover, when that someone is an artist? This question underlies the magnificent texts of Colette Fellous, Celia Houdart and to a certain extent Philippe Forest’s.
What is at stake when we meet someone? Moreover, when that someone is an artist? This question underlies the magnificent texts of Colette Fellous, Celia Houdart and to a certain extent Philippe Forest’s.
What is at stake when we meet someone? Moreover, when that someone is an artist? This question underlies the magnificent…
Miriam Bridenne | April 6, 2022
ince the nice weather still feel like a few months away, we’ve been scouting our piles of new releases in search of addictive crime novels, and here’s what we found
ince the nice weather still feel like a few months away, we’ve been scouting our piles of new releases in search of addictive crime novels, and here’s what we found
ince the nice weather still feel like a few months away, we’ve been scouting our piles of new releases in…
Miriam Bridenne | April 6, 2022
Dominique Manotti, as always, is at her best when she digs into the darkest corners of France’s recent history.
Dominique Manotti, as always, is at her best when she digs into the darkest corners of France’s recent history.
Dominique Manotti, as always, is at her best when she digs into the darkest corners of France’s recent history.
Miriam Bridenne | March 10, 2022
Miriam Bridenne | March 10, 2022
Nicolas Mathieu shows a perfect ear for all occasions: internal monologues, Hélène’s diary, conversations within the work space. Mathieu is fluent in all our tongues – intimate, social, professional or familial. That may be why his novels can speak so straight to our hearts.
Nicolas Mathieu shows a perfect ear for all occasions: internal monologues, Hélène’s diary, conversations within the work space. Mathieu is fluent in all our tongues – intimate, social, professional or familial. That may be why his novels can speak so straight to our hearts.
Nicolas Mathieu shows a perfect ear for all occasions: internal monologues, Hélène’s diary, conversations within the work space. Mathieu is…
Miriam Bridenne | March 10, 2022
Subtlety and complexity should be Attica Locke’s middle names. Heaven, My Home, her new novel just out in France (Liana Lévi) is a follow-up to Bluebird, Bluebird, and if you haven’t read the previous one, don’t worry, Attica will fill you in in no time.
Subtlety and complexity should be Attica Locke’s middle names. Heaven, My Home, her new novel just out in France (Liana Lévi) is a follow-up to Bluebird, Bluebird, and if you haven’t read the previous one, don’t worry, Attica will fill you in in no time.
Subtlety and complexity should be Attica Locke’s middle names. Heaven, My Home, her new novel just out in France (Liana…