Terre pis Ciel

Franco Festival of
Jay, Livermore and Livermore Falls

August 7, 2004

2004 Writer's Tent
  • Norman Beaupré
    Professor Emeritus of Francophone and World Literature at the University of New England. His first book, L'Enclume et le couteau - the Life and Works of Adelard Coté, was published in 1982. Since then, he wrote Le Petit Mangeur de Fleurs and Lumineau
  • Rhéa Coté-Robbins
    Founder and Executive Director of the Franco- American Women's Institute and winner of the 1997 Maine Chapbook award for her work of creative non-fiction Wednesday's Child.
  • Annette Paradis King
    Wrote Growing up on Academy Hill - Remembering My French-Canadian Papa, in honor of her father
  • Doris Provencher-Faucher
    Retired teacher. Her first book Le Québecois: The Virgin Forest was released in 2002 and The Rapids in 2002.

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