From Kreyolicious Magazine: M.J. Fièvre’s “The Rainbow’s End” recounts an episode in the life of a precocious teenager during the embargo-imposed 1990s and the older, reckless man of ill-gotten gains that she falls in lust […]
There’s a very good reason behind Colombian photographer Ivan Lopez’s decision to use Holguinism as a fictional artist name. Located in Valle de Cauca, Holguin is a pueblowith no stop lights, two cantinas, one church […]
Even as a child, Stephanie Rodriguez considered herself an artist, drawing her favorite characters from stories such as The Phantom of the Opera, Great Expectations and Wuthering Heights. Later, while attending La Guardia Arts in […]
Haiti’s Dark Side (2010) A maggot-infested “half-dead man” and a toxic trash heap — “a gash in the earth that eats up everything” — both figure in Haiti Noir, the lastest collection of short stories in the Akashic […]
The Florida Book Review Covers the Miami Book Fair International (2010)
Becca Griesemer is a Staff Writer for The Beacon Sunday, November 21, 2010 at the Miami Book Fair International Michele Jessica “M.J.” Fievre, 29, is a Haitian-born published author. She is currently in FIU’s creative […]
Haiti is an island nation in which the noir genre may feel more like realism. Still, the writers on the panel — Danticat, Mark Kurlansky, M.J. Fievre, and Marie K. Theodore-Pharel — inspired with their […]
See the slideshow on nbcmiami.com: Miami Book Fair: Local Authors Get their Lit On (2010) M.J. Fievre: teacher, creative writing grad student, contributor to “Haiti Noir.” Catch her: Sunday, noon. Pavilion A. Her work, past and future: When I was […]
Local Authors Cover It All Sunday at Book Fair (2010)
M.J. is a proud member of the Miami Poetry Collective, famous for its Poem Depot, a regular feature of Wynwood’s Second Saturday Art Walk.
Although confirmed authors for the Miami Book Fair International include household names such as former president George Bush, tennis player Venus Williams, singer songwriter Patti Smith, and even a live broadcast of a Jay-Z telecast, […]
Women Writers of Haitian Descent, in association with Jean-Michel Daudier, organized an evening celebrating music and the written word at Casa Champet, in Pembroke Pines, FL. M.J. Fievre facilitated the event.