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Jean Ferry

Jean Ferry (1906-1974) was primarily a screenwriter, best known for his collaborations with Clouzot, Buñuel, Louis Malle, and Georges Franju. A satrap of the College of ‘Pataphysics, he was known in his time as the greatest specialist in the works of Proust’s neighbor, Raymond Roussel. His only book of prose fiction, The Conductor and Other Tales, was published in 1953. His work has appeared in Weird Fiction Review, The Coffin Factory, and Anomalous, and is forthcoming in Birkensnake.