Known for such postmodern, interpersonal realist novels as Héroïne (posted in 2005) as well as the popular Superstars (posted in 2000), this French fiction writer also penned many short tales and was mixed up in French punk rock picture. Before posting her first book, Asphyxie, in 1996, she worked well like a London-based style model and drummer. She helped create “Paradize,” that was a hit track for any French new influx band known as Indochine. At different factors in her existence, she was romantically associated with musician Lenny Kaye and vocalist Patrick Eudeline. She experienced a close companionship with South Korean style model Daul Kim and honored Kim (who dedicated suicide in ’09 2009) in a bit created for the French journal Libération.