Friday September 18, 2020 ((rezonodwes.com)) – On the theme “Reading to enrich oneself” the municipal library of Tabarre will organize on September 25 and 26, 2020 in its premises located at Boulevard October 15, two open days for the purpose of promoting books and reading.
This event, which will unfold with the current health measures, has a very special program. Creative workshops, meetings, screenings, conference-debates, exhibition of books, talks and recitals are, among others, the strengths of this very special program.
Meetings, workshops, round tables, readings and performances will be all ways of questioning the articulation of reality and literature
According to the director of the library, Nickson Charles, the idea of this literary event is Born from an observation: young people are hardly interested in reading, so the library would like to offer more access to books.
For Nickson Charles, reading is a company of uncertainty; it comes to fill a void. She builds a living world full of landscapes, characters, murmurs and sorrows. It’s a window to a wonderful world. It allows you to talk with writers.
Note that the launch of “Read to get rich” will take place on the morning of Friday, September 25 in the conference room of the library. After the Director’s speech, a talk will take place on the theme of the event with the communicologist Sony Lamarre Joseph, Fédia Stanislas (Deschamps Prize 2020).
Several meetings will take place on the same day with major authors of contemporary Haitian literature.
On Saturday September 26, Adlyne Bonhomme, Jeanne-Elsa Chéry and Négresse Colas, will host new round tables. A dozen talented authors, confirmed or to be discovered, all representative of the richness of contemporary Haitian literature will be signed, including: Samuel Bauchamps, Négresse Colas, Clauvell Junior Louis Jean, Fédia Stanislas, Daniel Junior, Raphaël Lemaine.
“Read to get rich” aims to honor young authors every year, publishing houses to make authors and readers more accessible by allowing friendly and warm meetings.
Wisdom J. Wesly