Haiti is a land of richness, not just in its culture and history but also in the languages that tell its tales. Join this online session for a heartfelt discussion between three distinct Haitian authors: PASCALE DOXY, Les Enfants de la cause/Heirs to a Cause, who crafts tales of intrigue in French, SHERLEY LOUIS, Silans Konfyans: Yon Lanmou San Fontyè, who paints vivid images of society’s ebb and flow in Haitian Creole, and MARJORY SHEBA, Advice to My Daughter: 99 Lessons on Love, Life, Success, and Society, who shares life’s wisdom in English. Their narratives, while distinct in language, converge in their love and reflection of their Haitian roots. Together, they explore how their chosen language has shaped their storytelling, the personal experiences it brings forth, and the intimate connection between language and identity. In English
This program will be recorded for on-demand viewing at MiamiBookFairOnline.com.
With Thanks to Media Partners