Full literature from the poorest country in the world Frankfurt lies on the main - Haiti, present time and again as a land of chaos and poverty, as lost island paradise in the middle of the Caribbean holiday Idyll. Unrest and disunity of the oldest black Republic offer a field of tension in which is a notable literature between life and poetry. "Louis-Philippe Dalemberts now appears in the Litradukt publishing house debut of God pencil has no eraser". His first novel, years, mid of nineties offers full descriptions of the everyday life of ordinary people in the Caribbean and a sensitive exploration of the themes of childhood and the home. The preferred residence of the little boy is a disused Peugeot 304 in its rear-view mirror to observe the world, colorful fauna of the district. A world that breaks down with the progress. This means the separation from his real family, Faustin, the Shoeshine boy, who transforms at night into the homonymous Emperor of Salbounda, and the other figures, for the boy grown up parents up to the veranda of his grandmother around through life beat.
"It is the man who returns twenty years later from abroad, is clear, that he hence the early childhood, this other country by itself" has forever left. Yet he's trying, with the help of his memories and imagination to inhabit this country again... "Good of one of the finest titles of this book fall" (A. Waberi, Le Monde diplomatique) already Dalemberts adventure novel the island at the end of dreams sensation in this country: A good humor book, a kind of head crime with a fabulous finish included political and socio-critical aspects "(DLF culture). The author Louis-Philippe Dalembert, poet, novelist, literary critic, and journalist, was born in 1962 in Port-au-Prince, has spent the first 25 years of his life in Haiti, and since then roams the world in his own words as a vagabond. (North and South America, Caribbean, Africa, Europe, the Middle East). He now lives between Rome, Paris and Port-au-Prince.
His books that already have been translated into several languages, are now finally also in German. The translator Peter Trier. Litradukt Publisher Kehl. 1970 born in Publisher, the founder was during his years of proofreaders and translators working in France with projects to black"literature concerned and discovered a young in this country almost unknown literature from overseas. Press contact: Timm Faust SHRINKAGE communication Schadow str. 4 D-60596 Frankfurt am Main Tel: 069 60 62 86 61 fax: 069 62 97 70 E-Mail: Web: