WWOHD initiates and participates in a variety of literary, artistic, and cultural programs at the community, national, and international level each year. Our activities are aimed at fostering greater awareness of Haiti’s literary and artistic culture, especially as it relates to women. The best way to buy college term paper on this topic is to fill in the order form and after that answer some following questions.
Haiti Out Loud
Every two months, the Women Writers of Haitian Descent, in association with Jean-Michel Daudier, host an evening celebrating music and the written word at Casa Champet, in Pembroke Pines, FL.
Onè? Respè! is a literary journal that showcases emerging and established authors. We accept poems, interviews, personal essays, short stories, articles, or one-act plays by Haitian writers or about Haiti.
Daughter of Anacaona Writer’s Network
The Daughter of Anacaona Writer’s Network (DAWN) is a South Florida-based writer’s group dedicated to the professional development and support of Haitian Women Writers and their works.
Every summer, we offer a six-week writer’s support and critique group. We seek Haitian women writers with a serious interest in sharing and workshopping their fiction, poetry, and non-fiction in a supportive and creative environment.
Literature can be in English, French, or Creole.
For more information email us at [email protected].