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Frankétienne–Haitian Identity
Saturday, May 2, 2009 at 3pm
Part of World Nomads: Haiti
Part of PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature

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In an exclusive World Nomads Haiti event, and in partnership with PEN World Voices, renowned Haitian poet, novelist, dramatist, and painter Frankétienne will discuss his decision to stay in Haiti and how it influenced his work as an artist. Having published more than 30 plays, poetry collections, and works of prose fiction, Frankétienne is widely heralded as one of the most important figures of modern Haitian literature.

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In French with English interpretation

Free and open
to the public

Venue
Le Skyroom
22 East 60th Street

Co-sponsored with
PEN World Voices Festival
of International Literature

World Nomads Haiti is generously supported by American Airlines, the official airline of FIAF; Afrique & Caraïbes en créations– CulturesFrance; and Organisation internationale de la francophonie

Spring 2009 Sponsors: American Airlines, the official airline of FIAF; Florence Gould Foundation; The Herbert J. Seligmann Charitable Trust; and New York State Council of the Arts

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