DO KRE I S / Vwayaj

the magazine of Creole cultures

CareOf is delighted to engage in a partnership with DO KRE I S, a magazine of Creole narratives and cultures, poetry, committed books... DO KRE I S gathers as much literary and artistic creations as critical reflexions on art, litterature and language. 

This first issue, under the theme of "Travel" (vwayaj), contains various contributions from several Creole countries and regions. It is now available on paper at the bookshop La Pléiade, Haiti (Bois Patate, Piéton Ville), at Café Yanvalou in Port-au-Prince, on the association premises and with all their partners. Also available on paper online at Laterit, France. And now on digital via CareOf Publishing: to be read on all your devices and for takeway use only! Low prices guaranteed. 

CareOf Publishing is on the road again to Haiti next October for a Study Day about Haitian Studies as a field and for a week of talks, workshops and seminars about Creole cultures and literatures. Invited to these conferences by the Association, CareOf will present its latest publications to the haitian audience and preset its editorial journey. 

This partnership will be the occasion to reaffirm our commitment to Franco-Haitian exchanges. 

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The journey will focus on three chapters: 

  • The folktale L’Oranger Magique (Marie-Célie Agnant, CareOf Publishing, 2018) read by a comedian during the 4th edition of Vagues Littéraires, a literary fortnight organised for 4 years in several departments in Haiti. Many activities are organised around books and reading for youth and children. 
     
  • CareOf participation to the second opus of the Study Day « The field of Haitian Studies », organised by the Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3 in partership with the Faculté de Linguistique Appliquée, Université d’état d’Haïti, on October 22, 2018 in Port-au-Prince. 
     
  • The Creole Cultures Meetings from October 21 to 28, 2018 organised by the Association Vagues Littéraires, in which CareOf Publishing will present its unique reissue of the Peuple des terres mêlées written by René Philoctète ("Massacre River").