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“What Remains”

Nadine Pinede shares more poems from her latest book An Invisible Geography.

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Photo: Marcello Casal Jr/ABr (wikipedia)

A neighborhood of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after the 2010 earthquake.

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new landscapes but in having new eyes.”  – Marcel Proust

The daughter of Haitian immigrants and a first-generation American, Nadine Pinede, PhD, is a graduate of Harvard, Oxford (as a Rhodes Scholar), Indiana University, and the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts. Her recent publications include Haiti Noir and An Invisible Geography, which can be found through Finishing Line Press. She has received awards from the Brown Foundation, Elizabeth George Foundation, Hurston-Wright Foundation, and the Indiana Arts Commission.

On this edition of The Poets Weave Nadine reads “French Leave,” and “What Remains.”

Links

Artswork Indiana

Becoming: What Makes a Woman

Lambi Fund of Haiti

Writers of Haiti

Audacity of Beauty

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