Index: Julien Blaine
Julien Blaine was born in 1942 at Rognac. He lives in Paris and Marseille and is as nomadic as possible. Blaine published his first review Les Carnets de l’Octéor in 1962 for four issues, then took part starting in 1963 with Carmello Ardin Quin in the pubblication of Ailleurs for eight issues; in 1966 with Jean-François Bory he created Approches for four issues and with Jean Clay and A lain Schifres Robho for six issues. In 1968 he moved on to the free press and parallel newspapers taking part in the publication of several different periodicals:
Vivalib, Pirate, Géranonymo (sixteen issues) and a daily paper: Liberation.
In 1975 he finds his real voice again with the publication Doc(k)s.