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Guy-Gerald Ménard

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Guy-Gerald Ménard

Guy-Gerald Ménard was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. After high school he traveled to the USA, where he resided for twenty years. He studied commercial art at  City College of New York, and earned an undergraduate degree from Barry University in Miami and a certificate in teachers' vocational education from Florida International University. Since his return to Haiti, Ménard devotes his time to teachers' training activities and teaching at the university. His poems are included in numerous anthologies and other publications in his country and abroad. Ménard published his first book of poetry, Similak, in 1998 and a second, Sezon malè, in 2012

Articles by Guy-Gerald Ménard

Season of Grief
By Guy-Gerald Ménard
Goudougoudougoudougoudou . . .   When the malicious brouhaha finally dozed off at dusk’s feet when in the magic of darkness ribbons of promise turned into sadness with desperation deep in our…
Translated from Haitian Creole by Chantal Kenol
Multilingual
Under the Rubble
By Guy-Gerald Ménard
We held our breath close to our bodies sorted words in a straitjacket our lives between parentheses turpentine to make hope last fear sets up a tent on our chest fog invades our minds paralyzes our limbs …
Translated from Haitian Creole by Chantal Kenol
Multilingual