Sur Mon 31 is officially published and available on Amazon, iTune, Sociéte des Écrivains and Bouquinplus.com. Tanguy Exumé describes it all as a dream come true–something that he wanted to accomplished for a long time now.
Years ago as a staff member of the Salon du Livre de Montréal, he tried to imagine what it would feel like to be one of those authors.
Today he is in Montréal presenting his collection of poetry at the Journée du Livre Haïtien.The official book launch was on August 7th at Le Centre Culturel Francophone in Vancouver. More events will be coming up. On September 7th, he will be reading some of his English work in the Poetic Justice event in Vancouver. He is also planning a spoken word show on September 19th.
Be among the first to know everything happening with Exumé and his new book by following him on Twitter.
Saturday, August 16, 2014
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|Book cover of Sur Mon 31|
He also started recording the audio version of the poems, with one of them, Référentiel, being available on soundcloud.
Want to learn more about the poet and his œuvre, connect with him through those following social media:
- Twitter: @titangex
- soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/titangex
- Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/tanguyexume
- Wordpress: www.titangexume.wordpress.com
Feel free to drop him a note, he'll respond!
Sunday, June 1, 2014
Luca Guardabascio will be doing a presentation, along with Don Marcello Stanzione, on June 5th at the Italian American Museum at 6:30 PM. Make sure you attend it. Call the number indicated on the flyer to reserve a seat.
Monday, April 7, 2014
On this second episode of Communication Corner, the Moonlight and Mangos artist chatted with Gail Lewis on what inspires her to paint and on her work as an art teacher in the 5 Start Sports and Entertainment Academy. Viewers had a chance to see the artist in action as she dedicated the rest of the episode to painting alongside Lewis.
Thursday, March 20, 2014
I just wanted to share this article on former US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton's speech at the Association of American Publishers this year. Her lessons are worth taking notes of. Click here to be directed to it.