Jacqueline Q. LOUISON|
An author from Martinique and Côte d'Ivoire
writing in French
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Jacqueline Louison was born in the West Indies. After spending her youth in Martinique, she enrolled in a French University were she gained her first tertiary qualifications. Seven years later, she left France for the Côte d'Ivoire with her husband and worked there as a teacher before becoming a documentalist with the American Embassy in Abidjan. After completing her Masters Degree in English, she began teaching at the University of Cocody in Abidjan, a job she held until her ultimate departure from Côte d'Ivoire in 2004. Back in the West Indies she gained a PhD at the University of the French West Indies and Guiana and is actually (2010) sharing her time between research and writing. (From the author's website - sighted 14 November 2010)
Le canari brisé. Matoury, Guyane: Ibis Rouge Editions, 2005. (146p.). ISBN 2-84450-263-6. Novel.
Le crocodile assassiné. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2006. (238p.). ISBN 2-296-00715-5. Novel.
Cicatrices. Paris: Edilivre Editions, 2008. (192p.). ISBN 978-2-8121-0489-3. Poetry.
Le triomphe des crocodiles. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2014. (176p.). ISBN: 978-2-343-04662-4. Novel.
The University of Western Australia/French
Created: 14 November 2010
Archived: 8 January 2015