Anne-Marie Simond studied fine arts in Lausanne. She started her career doing illustrations for several Swiss magazine. She also cooperated on several female magazines. From 1968, she was also active in the theatre world. She has drawn for such French magazines as L'Illustré, Femina, 24 Heures and Le Monde. She made her first comics in 1974, starting with publications in Barbarie (the series 'Les Nouvelles Aventures d'Alice') and Tousse-Bourin. She also appeared in the famous magazines L'Écho des Savanes, Fluide Glacial and Pilote (the series 'Fabliottes'). She started the comics series 'La Petite Alice' in Le Journal de Génève, La Gazette de Lausanne and the periodical Psychologies. In 1990, she wrote 'Le Séducteur', her first novel.