Nathalie Dalain Born in Paris (1973), a French mother and Lebanese father. He spent his childhood in Beirut. before her father kills his mother and then commits suicide: Back in France in 1983, the episode that changes your life and makes all his work develops. Then he will live with his grandparents first and then with his uncles. He wanted to be a teacher like her mother, enrolled at the Faculty of Arts of Nanterre, but disappointed by the university system, had to leave after obtaining the diploma to work in hostess bars and write. He works with his own name in Le Matricule des Anges and the name of Chloé Delaume in EvidenZ magazine founded by Mehdi Belhaj Kacem (her husband until 2002).
Chloé Delaume thus becomes novelist, performer, lyricist and music sometimes. His adopted name comes from the protagonist of the novel by Boris Vian, Froth on the Daydream (Chloé), and Artaud's translation of Alice, L'Arve et l'aume (Delaume). his first novel, Les Mouflettes d'Atropos, followed by the cry of the hourglass (December prize in 2001) and La Vanité des somnambules (2003) in which it exercises autofiction, gender appears in 2000 remains more or less faithful and theoretically faced in his last work published in 2010, La règle du je.