Writer M.J.Fievre and illustrator Jean Patrick Icart-Pierre teamed up for a fun-filled trilingual (English, French, Kreyol) story about a girl’s first time riding a bike.”I Am Riding!” is a One Moore Book publication. One of OMB’s goals this year is to … Continue reading “I Am Riding!” is on OMB Storytime!
Edwidge Danticat, who has been honored with the MacArthur Genius Award and other awards for her writing and work on behalf of Haiti, once said, “We tell stories to live, to connect with one another and to build community.” In Haiti, storytelling … Continue reading Stories for a Healthier World: You’ve Got This!
Ah! Not in a Kim Kardashian way. Although some people really love this picture of me in a bathtub: What I mean to say is that you can catch videos of me reading in different places around the net: Check … Continue reading MJ is breaking the Internet…
Monday’s event was a success! What a great evening at Books & Books! Reading & Discussion by FIFTEEN VIEWS OF MIAMI contributors and editor Jaquira Díaz. “The city that emerges from the stories in 15 Views of Miami is not the impossibly sunny, … Continue reading 15 Views of Miami on Livestream
From the University of Miami Special Collection: “Interview with Michèle Jessica Fièvre, a writer who grew up in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and relocated to South Florida in 2002. She wrote her first novel as a teenager, and has since published several … Continue reading UM Libraries: Interview With Michèle Jessica Fièvre
Check out the recorded event, Haiti Noir: The Classics, featuring Edwidge Danticat, Marie Ketsia Theodore-Pharel, and M.J. Fievre. M.J. contributed to the original best-selling Haiti Noir (Akashic Books, 2011), which comprised all new stories by today’s best Haitian authors. The new volume … Continue reading Recorded Event: Haiti Noir
Haitian Diaspora Oral History Collection, 2010-2012 | University of Miami Special Collections The Haitian Diaspora Oral History collection includes videos and selected transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with individuals of Haitian ancestry that are well-renowned in the world of … Continue reading M.J. Fievre, part of the Haitian Diaspora Oral History Collection
Hum… not quite yet. But now that I can officially add scriptwriter to my resume, I feel electric and alive. (Scroll down for links to the films) Over the summer, I wrote two short movie scripts for the University of … Continue reading Booyah! M.J. is going to Hollywood
Check out Florida International University’s Digital Library of the Caribbean for the recording of a reading by M.J. Fievre. The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a cooperative digital library for resources from and about the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean. … Continue reading MJ included in the Digital Library of the Caribbean
Do you know SAKDI, the Haitian Podcasting Site? Well, now you do! I was interviewed by two dynamic podcasters (in Creole) and you can listen to the interview on Sakdi-Culture. Click here for a direct link to the podcast. The … Continue reading Creole Podcast on SAKDI
Check out episode three of The Working Poet Radio Show featuring Michele Jessica Fievre. Listen to M.J. — the editor of Sliver of Stone and a writer featured in Haiti Noir — discuss growing up in Haiti, work, and publishing. … Continue reading M.J. on The Working Poet Radio Show
Check out this article by Marva Hinton on WLRN. All week, the anchors will be talking with Florida authors appearing at the Miami Book Fair. So Spoke the Earth is an anthology of stories, poems and essays about Haiti. Continue reading M.J. Fievre on WLRN
Author M.J. Fievre edited a collection of stories, So Spoke the Earth, a project created by WWOHD (Women Writers of Haitian Descent). M.J. will be at the Miami Book Fair International this year to discuss the book along with some … Continue reading M.J. Fievre on uVu
Talk with Lorna Owens, host of “And the Women Gather,” an internet radio program with a very large world wide audience to talk about the Haiti anthology, So Spoke the Earth, and the Miami Book Fair International. Lorna has 16,000 … Continue reading M.J. Fievre on “And the Women Gather”