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Nadève Ménard

Contributor

Nadève Ménard

Nadève Ménard is professor of literature at the École Normale Supérieure of Université d’État d’Haïti. She has contributed to several journals and collective book projects including International Journal of Francophone Studies, Edwidge Danticat: A Reader’s Guide, Haiti Rising: Haitian History, Culture and the Earthquake of 2010, and Dictionnaire littéraire d’écrivains francophones classiques. Her first edited book, Écrits d’Haïti: perspectives sur la littérature haïtienne contemporaine (19862006) was published by Karthala in 2011. With Régine Michelle Jean-Charles, Nadève Ménard recently launched Tande, a trilingual blog on Haitian culture and literature. She is also currently working on an earthquake preparedness guide for children with several members of her family.

Articles by Nadève Ménard

Port-au-Prince on an IV Drip
By Louis-Philippe Dalembert
drip drop port-au-prince’s life slips away drip drop like a canoe ocean waves thrust within the sun’s flames port-au-prince disintegrates drip drop like a bad rain drip drop that refuses to…
Translated from Haitian Creole by Nadève Ménard
Multilingual
Neverending Story: Haiti’s Vibrant Literary Sphere Endures
By Nadève Ménard
Almost three years ago in Haiti, Port-au-Prince and surrounding cities were nearly destroyed by a catastrophic earthquake. All aspects of Haitian life were greatly affected by the January 12, 2010, disaster.…