Geneviève Castrée was one of many artistic names of the 25-year-old Canadian comic artist and musician Geneviève Gosselin. She lived in the Pacific Northwest and was been drawing comics since 1996 when she produced her first photocopied mini comic books. Geneviève published her stories in various comic magazines, and has by 2006 created four books: Die Fabrik (2002), published in Germany by Reprodukt; together with Lait Frappé (2000), Roulathèque Roulathèque Nicolore (2001) and Pamplemoussi (2004), released by l'Oie de Cravan, a Montréal-based publisher of poetry. Pamplemoussi features the author's music, while the American label K Records is to release the score of Tout Seul dans la Forêt en Plein Jour, her largest work till 2006, which has been in production since 2004. She has presented excerpts from this book at festivals and solo exhibitions in Calgary (Canada), Tokyo (Japan), Los Angeles and New York (USA). After this stop at the City of Women Festival she staged exhibitions and concerts in Australia and New Zealand.