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An interesting documentary project

This summer, I’m currently working on a documentary with film producer Dean Noel. I don’t know when the project will reach its end. Whenever it’s done, you will not be disappointed. Dean is the filmmaker who produced the short Midnight…
Yambo Ouologuem on a rebound

By Ardain Isma Malian famed writer, Yambo Ouologuem, has been out of site for more than 3 decades. But lately, he seemed to have been in a rebound—thanks to a committee of Malian expatriates based in Paris. Le Devoir de…
Welcome to Ardain’s journey

I’m not a stranger to many of you, for I have been a long time writer and editor for CSMS Magazine. I’ve decided to publish this site because I wanted to streamline my novelistic-literary works. I’ve always wanted you (readers)…
Alicia Maldonado: A Mother Lost

Alicia Maldonado is the tumultuous and tormented story of a beautiful, aristocratic and universally enchanting white woman born in Cuba in 1943 to a well-to-do landowning family. She arrives in Haiti with her parents after they flee Cuba following the…
Midnight at Noon

This richly tapestried tale, rife with wisdom, heroism and heartache about the current state of the Haitian society, starts with a murder mystery. Odilon, a young peasant from the village of Anwodo, worries about his brother Avisène, innocently arrested and…