Guillaume Dustan was born in 1995, or 96, while writing, then while publishing, In my room (P.O.L, September 1996). Front, there was another person, very unhappy. Depressive, HIV positive. After there were always the depression and the séroposition, but that was already better. A paranoiac and megalomaniac appreciation of the repercussion of its first work having led Guillaume to leave his employment, it hastened to write for will faira to advance its new career. I leave this evening (P.O.L, September 1997) was not the best-seller for which he had so often consulted oracle, but contributed to strengthen his image of young gay writer to follow. Having spent in extasys and tequila-champagne all the money of the purse which it had received from the National centre of the book, Guillaume was deprived well with the end of the year (and in more it had large bronchitis which was not looked after because of its excesses). Without discouraging itself, he proposed with his editor, P.O.L, to create a gay collection of books which could make it puff out (him, Guillaume). P.O.L directed it towards Balland, house friendly. New cap for G.D. Withdrawn in his/her mother, in the countryside, G. wrote its third novel, as purely autobiographical as the two first: More extremely than me appeared in June 1998 (always at P.O.L). To the autumn, G.D. launched the army manoeuvres for the community centre which he wanted to create, the Merry house for everyone. In January 1999 it published Nicolas Pages, its first real success of bookshop. In February of the same year, the collection at Balland (Merry Ray) started. In 2000, G.D. carried out its first film, centered on the figure of known as Nicolas Pages, writer and conceptual artist (and friend of G.D.), like on that of Nan Goldin (R House, coproduit by Postmodern classic videos and Arte). The year 2000 was a great year for G.D., initially with the exit of Innocent, its first best-seller (400 000 e.g.). Then with the opening of the Merry house, under the auspices enlightened of Elisabeth Lebovici, her first president. G.D. announced its decision to give up the writing. In 2003 left its first feature film, Rajneesh, produced by Jodie Foster and played by Bill Clinton (…).
Guillaume Dustan died in October 2005.