Poétique et primitivisme
Rodney Saint-Éloi in conversation with Sébastien Doubinsky
Monday November 17th 2014
4pm 215 Dauer Hall
Rodney Saint-Éloi is a Haitian poet and novelist living in Montréal. He is the founder of Editions Mémoire in Haiti and Mémoire d’encrier, a publishing house based in Montréal. He is the author of J’avais une ville d’eau, de terre et d’arc-en-ciel heureux. J’ai un arbre dans ma pirogue, Haïti Kenbe la!, Récitatif au pays des ombres, Jacques Roche, je t’écris cette lettre.
Sébastien Doubinsky is a bilingual French writer. He has published several novels and collections of poetry. His novels, The Babylonian Trilogy (Goodbye Babylon in the US), The Song of Synth and Absinth have been published in the US. Two of his poetry collections, Mothballs and Spontaneous Combustions, have been published in the UK. He currently teaches in the department of French at the University of Aarhus in Denmark.