An author from Niger and Togo
writing in French
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Hélène Kaziendé was born in 1967 in Niger. She now (2006) resides in Togo. As a teacher and a journalist, she lives at the intersection of different cultures. In the early 1990s, her short story "The Deserter" was awarded a prize at the literary competition organized by the radio station Africa No 1.
Aydia. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2006. (200p.). ISBN 2 296 01582 4. Novel.
Les fers de l'absence. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2011. (170p.). ISBN: 978-2-296-55466-5. Novel.
"Le Déserteur" in Kilomètre 30. Afrique: 30 ans d'indépendance [Kilometre 30. Africa: 30 years of independence]. Saint-Maur: SEPIA, 1992. (pp.81-86). Short story.
This compilation contains 12 short stories written by 12 authors from 12 different African countries. They were written as a result of a literary competition organised by the radio station Africa no 1.
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The University of Western Australia/French
Created: 26 November 1996
Modified: 20 September 2011
Archived: 27 November 2013