France’s new culture minister is a literary publisher

May 17, 2017 by norman lebrecht

1 comment.

Francoise Nyssen, named today by President Macron as his minister of culture, is the head of Actes Sud, a publishing house founded by her father in Arles.

Nyssen, 66, has a PhD in Molecular Biology and has founded a school for special-needs children.

Not your ordinary politician. And definitely not a luvvie or insider.

Comments (1)

  1. Alexander says:

    she could be a good friend for Macron’s wife , such idyll, 2 moms and their smart son 😉

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