Yesterday, I was a guest on the Only in Miami Show, hosted by Grant Stern every Monday night, from 7 to 9pm, on 880am The Biz in the South Florida Market and on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Tune-in Radio and iHeartRadio. The interview is … Continue reading And, please, roll that R: M.J. Fievre on the Only in Miami Show
On Wednesday, I discussed the release of my memoir, A Sky the Color of Chaos, on The Marc Bernier Show. The show airs weekdays from 3-6 p.m. on 93.5FM/1150AM WNDB Daytona Beach, Florida. A recording of the show is now posted on … Continue reading M.J. Fievre on the Marc Bernier Show
This Q&A with M.J. Fievre is part of Badass, Lip Service: True Stories, The Double Album, edited by Andrea Askowitz. Click here to buy the book. Don’t miss the launch of the story collection on Wednesday, November 19 at 7:00 p.m. … Continue reading I would be an excellent X-rated film critic (Anyone hiring?)
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
Buzzfeed asked 19 female writers at the annual AWP conference what they are tired of being told. Their answers gave birth to “19 Things Women Writers Are Sick Of Hearing.” http://www.buzzfeed.com/saeedjones/things-women-writers-are-sick-of-hearing Scroll down! I’m #5. Continue reading I’m on buzzfeed!
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
ASentinel.ht | Published on : June 12, 2011 From Defend Haiti: Jessica Fievre (also known as M.J. Fievre) is the author of several mystery novels and children’s books in French. Her publications include Le Fantôme de Lisbeth and Les Fantasmes … Continue reading Proust and M. Jessica
Check out this article by Kat, blogger at Kreyolicious.com! She approached several experts about the future of Haitian literature: Dr. Martin Munroe, Director of the Winthrop-King Institute for Contemporary French and Francophone Studies and a professor of French at Florida … Continue reading What’s in store for the future of Haiti’s literature?
M.J. was featured in the Summer 2013 issue of Magic Haiti. “The goal of the magazine is to promote local tourism by encouraging foreign professionals and businessmen residing in Haiti for whatever length of time, Haitians living in the Diaspora … Continue reading Fearless Fievre: M.J. featured in “Magic Haiti”
There was a generous mention of me in Edwidge Danticat’s NY Times Book Review interview this month. It read: “Someone who writes extremely well both in French and English is Jessica Fièvre, who published her first novel in Haiti when she … Continue reading Shout-out from Edwidge Danticat
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
In an article by Kat Cherie on Haitian Times, writers Nadine Magloire, Evelyne Trouillot, Jessica Fièvre, Gary Klang and Josaphat-Robert Large share their take on the legacy of Haitian literary tradition. “I have an increased interest for nonfiction” “I continue … Continue reading Carrying on Haiti’s Literary Torch