With the writer Margaret Papillon as guest of honor., The first edition of “Livre au féminin” will take place on the campus of the King Henry University of lemonade on June 27 and 28, 2019, on the theme ” Woman and literature “. Conferences, talks, meetings, reading and writing workshops are at the rendezvous
Friday, June 7, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The first edition of “Women's Book” will be realized on the campus of the University of King Henry Christophe de Limonade on June 27 and 28, in tribute to Marie Vieux Chauvet, learned Rezo Nòdwès.
In the program of this great fair of books written by women, there will be exhibitions of books on Marie Vieux Chauvet, performances by artists and conferences, one of which will be organized around the theme “Women and Literature”. Will be presented on June 28th by guest of honor Margaret Papillon.
Margaret Papillon is the author of more than thirty books, including youth books, novels, theater, stories and radio soap operas. His first book, The Marginal was published in 1987. She was only sixteen at the time. Since then, she founded her own publishing house (Butterfly Publications) after moving to Miami in 2005.
“Women's Book, it's to give a well-deserved place to women in Haitian literature; it is a way to feminize writing, to encourage young women to write, to value them and to encourage other women to write.) said Rodeline Doly, one of the leaders of Organization for the Empowerment of Women through Education (OEFE), founded in 2016 and initiator of the project
The authors in signing alongside Margaret Papillon wish that this meeting become a beautiful festival of the book inscribed in the cultural tradition. They answer to the names of Jessica Nazaire the author of Pwa Grate Adlyne Bonhomme the author of the eternity of the cathedrals Fedia Stanislas the author of the novel A summer at Jeremiah Marie Celigne Agnant the author of The book of Emma and the dowry of Sara, etc …
Born in September 1916 in Port-au-Prince and died in 1973 in New York, Marie Vieux Chauvet, the first famous woman of Haitian literature of the twentieth century, is the author of several novels including, Amour Colère and Folie published by Gallimard in 1968, The Raptors, Background of the Negroes, Daughter of Haiti, and Dancing on the Volcano.
The novel “Love, Anger and Madness” is a social fresco, in which the novelist unambiguously denounces the dictatorial regime of Papa Doc.