Margaux Vialleron

French-born, Glasgow-based interdisciplinary writer and cook

I’m the author of two novels: Breaststrokes (May 2024) and The Yellow Kitchen (July 2022). My short story, Fernanda’s Fish Soup, was runner-up in the 2022 Harper’s Bazaar short story competition. I also write The Onion Papers, a hybrid newsletter about storytelling in the kitchen. Most of my work evolves around the landscapes of remembrance as well as food and seasonality as communal experiences, and I explore how these topics interplay with language and bodies.

I’ve a background in Comparative Literature and worked as a Translation Rights Agent for a London-based literary agency for eight years. I’ve given lectures, joined discussions and moderated panels on the topics of literature, translation, writing and food, and I co-host the SPK podcast and book club.

Looking to commission me? I’m open to speaking and writing commissions in English and French. To discuss a project, including translation requests, you can contact me at margaux[at]margauxvialleron.com. I’m also registered for events with the Scottish Book Trust’s Author Directory.

Looking to work with me? You can find more information about mentorships and editorial services here, and about communication and intellectual property management here.

Get in touch

If you’d like to get in touch about a commission, a project or simply to say hello, you can use this form to reach out to me directly.

I’m represented by Kirsty McLachlan at Morgan Green Creatives.

For PR enquiries regarding my novels, please contact joe.christie@simonandschuster.co.uk.