BROOKLYN – Writers Edwige Danticat and Ibi Zoboi kicked off last weekend’s Salon D’Ayiti, the second of two talks featuring more than a dozen authors writing in French, Creole and English.
Organizer Régine Roumain, executive director of Haiti Cultural Exchange, said the series held at the Brooklyn’s Center for Fiction aims to celebrate the literature of Haiti.
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