WOMEN WRITERS OF HAITIAN DESCENT ACROSS THE WEB

From familiar publications like the New Yorker to lesser-known online outlets like My Brown Baby and everywhere in-between, women writers of Haitian descent are staking out their space in the online world and offering a post-colonial view of Haitian culture that is refreshing, informative, and innovative in approach. There is no limitation to the scope, genre and topics these women are exploring in their work.  Below is a list of online publications where you can find contemporary writers of Haitian descent.

Last update 05/11/18

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Fabienne Josaphat

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Danielle Legros-Georges

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Marilène Phipps-Kettlewell

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Katia D. Ulysse, Fabienne Josaphat, and M.J. Fievre

 

Do you want to help improve the list of English-speaking women writers with ties to Haiti and/or whose work highlight island culture and interests? Please email me at fievrerouge@gmail.com.  (Sorry, no self-published texts)

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