Always dressed in black, the Raphy is cursed by the gift of vividly growing curly hair, limitless thirst for life's various pleasures and terrible myopia!
Into all kinds of progressive causes, including but not limited to LGBTQIA+ fights, feminism, antiracism, anticapitalism, ecology, animal rights...
If you have something against it, and particularly if you are essentialist, feel free to NOT message me, I have no particular taste for misinformed "biotruths", mundane sexism and straightsplaining.
AMAB, non-binary. Preferred pronouns: they in English, elle en français. "Elle" being here an indication of neutrality, neutral gender doesn't have to be masculine in French (see the history of the language) and I despise "masculine neutral" and "masculine plural".
Always happy to learn as much as I can in every domain. Generally trying to "think out of the box". We are all products of the culture we are raised in, and we'll stay that way, but it's good to get as far away as possible from ethnocentrist universalism and Western contempt.
Heart and mind between Paris and Metz.
More organized presentation here: http://raphael-lafarge.tumblr.com/post/128379897657/rapha%C3%ABl-lafarge
The short story VALUES, in a superhero anthology: http://www.riviereblanche.com/dimsuperheros02.htm
The PANTAGRAME webcomic and 2D video game (typos are deliberate):
The TOPAZE project, 3D video game [no link for now]
Various novels and other works. Most of these works are set in the Tetracosmos, an original science-fiction/fantasy setting. You can learn more about the Tetracosmos here http://www.pantagrame.com/en/?page_id=1365 and here http://pantagrame.wikia.com/wiki/Tetracosmos . Other works are set in the Mirinar setting (weird dark fantasy) or the OuterEarth setting (French comic book world from the seventies).
I write and draw things, I'm into finely crafted stories and worldbuilding, creation is a neverending passion to me. I'd like to have a try at every method of narration in my life!
Perdido Street Station (Miéville)
The Grapes of Wrath (Steinbeck)
The Catcher in the Rye (Salinger)
A graveyard for lunatics (Bradbury)
The Thing (Carpenter)
Silent Hill (Gans)
Edward Scissorhands (Burton)
Pan's Labyrinth (Del Toro)
Game of Thrones
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Symphony of Science