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About the author:
At the time of this 2nd edition, Jean Mercier had written an astounding 163 poetry booklets (Series Imagine Society). His films and series for television have been seen in more than 50 countries to date.
Among his many clients and broadcasters, we find: Disney Channel (Australia and New Zealand), RTVE (Spain) Télévision Monté-Carlo, Canal+DA and Studio Canal (France), YTV, TVA, TV Ontario, TFO (French Network), The Movie Network, Super-Écran, The Knowledge Network, Movie Central, Moviepix. Bravo, Ciné-Pop, CFCF-12 Montreal, and TLN (Canada), the Israëli Broadcasting Corporation (Israël), Beta Taurus (Germany), B SKY B (UK), and the GoodLife Network (US).
The productions of Mr. Mercier have also been distributed in Japan through courses of English as a second language with the Global Learning Channel of Sky Perfect TV, in Korea via EBS (Educational Broadcasting System), Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Indonesia, the Philippines, Bopthuswana, in every country from the Arab World and many other territories from Eastern Europe like the Ex-USSR, Poland, Slovenia, Belarus and Hungary.
Some of his titles are also currently available on DVD and can also be found via broadband on demand since 2007 with Amazon.com and since 2013 with VIMEO.COM
Mr. Mercier also produced a few music CDs from the soundtracks of his films.
He spends most of his time writing and developing new projects.
He studied in the Film Production Program at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Concordia University in Montreal.
Jean Mercier is Canadian, born in
La Tuque in the Province of Quebec in Canada and he now lives in Montreal.
To find more about Jean Mercier,
or to contact him,
please visit us at:
IMAGINE SOCIETY A Poem a Day - Volume 1
Jean Mercier's A Poem A Day series
Mr. Jean Mercier
".. thought-provocative, deeply curious and calmly celebratory, the magic of Mercier's words could certainly change one's life within a year."
Ellen Tanner Marsh
New York Times Best Selling Author
"May poetry find its way to us now, wherever we are, because without its magic, we are truly not much of anything." - Jean Mercier.
Teachers and Students: The author authorizes the use of this book in your classroom. "Write a few rhymes on any of mine, drop them on my Facebook page, I will likely answer you!" - Jean Mercier
The phenomenon with 1.4 Million followers on Facebook is now a book series! Notes for the soul - and for the road - since 2003! (Join or see the page at: https://www.facebook.com/apoemaday)
Ask your library to get it, offer yourself or someone the gift of love, self-help, poetry and positive philosophy all in one with these books! 366 original simple short poems in each book that will touch everybody's heart.
IMAGINE SOCIETY: A POEM A DAY, Volume 1 (Compilation from year 2004-2005, 2nd edition, 2013) presents the writings of Canadian Poet Jean Mercier as delivered daily all around the world through the web series Jean Mercier's A Poem A Day co-created by Junichiro Kuniyoshi and Jean Mercier.
This Canadian book is printed locally when needed, for prompt delivery by Create Space, an AMAZON.com company. Published by: apoemaday.TV (Canada)
(Watercolour on the cover by: Colette Mercier)
A message from the author:
By ordering my books through Create Space (also an AMAZON company, but partner with the publisher) you also help us more as AMAZON pays us a little more for the reference.
Want them all? Find the Volume 1 of this series at: https://www.createspace.com/4203357, Vol. 2 at: https://www.createspace.com/4203362 or Vol. 3 at: https://www.createspace.com/4158750 Vol 4 at: https://www.createspace.com/4240078 and Vol 5 at: https://www.createspace.com/4240080
Thank you in advance for your kindness.
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Hugs good day!
- Jean Mercier
- Publication Date:
- Apr 04 2013
- 1482745011 / 9781482745016
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Poetry / Canadian