MJ included in the Digital Library of the Caribbean
Check out Florida International University’s Digital Library of the Caribbean for the recording of a reading by M.J. Fievre.
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|Added title page title:||Michèle-Jessica (M.J.) Fievre|
Fievre, M.J. ( Editor )
|Publisher:||Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University
Women Writers of Haitian Descent, Inc.
|Place of Publication:||Miami, Florida|
|Subjects / Keywords:||Caribbean Area ( lcsh )
Arts and Culture
|General Note:||LACC’s Haitian Art Digital Archive (HADA) contributes to the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University’s ongoing efforts to help preserve Haitian cultural patrimony, highlight the work of Haiti’s cultural leaders, scholars and artists, and promote broad access to discussions about the Arts through the use of Haitian Creole. All content is available for free through the Digital Library of the Caribbean and may be accessed from across the globe. HADA is made possible through partial support from the US Department of Education Title VI Grant.|
|General Note:||Michèle-Jessica (M.J.) Fievre is the author of several mystery novels and children’s books in French, including Sortilège Haïtien (2011). She obtained her MFA from the Creative Writing program at Florida International University. Her short stories and poems in English have appeared in The Beautiful Anthology (TNB Books, 2012), Haiti Noir (Akashic Books, 2011), The Mom Egg, The Southeast Review, and The Caribbean Writer. M.J. is the founding editor of Sliver of Stone Magazine, and a regular contributor to The Nervous Breakdown. She is also a proud member of the Miami Poetry Collective, famous for its Poem Depot, a regular feature of Wynwood’s Second Saturday Art Walk.|
|Source Institution:||FIU: Special Collections|
|Holding Location:||FIU: Special Collections|
|Rights Management:||All rights reserved by the source institution.|