Murielle Szac was born in 1964 in Lyon. Her passion for words led her to become an author, journalist, and editor. Her books often include a hint of explosiveness and anger, revolutions and battles, the words “together” and “tomorrow”, and a strong desire to believe in humanity, in our ability to change the world. After many years as editor-in-chief of several of Bayard’s children’s magazines, she created the collections “Ceux qui ont dit Non” with Actes Sud Junior, and “Poés’idéal”, published by Editions Bruno Doucey. Over the past ten years, she has embarked on a long journey to the heart of Greek mythology, tracing back to the origins of the world and stories, and publishing “Les feuilletons de la mythologie grecque en cent épisodes” with Bayard. Her work is bound together by the notion of transmission. To become yourself, you must know where you came from. She has put down roots in Greece forever.