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Shan Dak Vollant

Shan dak Vollant écrit pour le plaisir. Mais voilà qu’après un atelier de formation en écriture de haïkus, elle se sent profondément interpellée par l’exercice. Elle joint sa plume celles de Louve Mathieu et Louise Canapé, sous la direction de Francine Chicoine, pour « libérer la parole » et présente ce recueil de poésie touchant de vérité, publié aux Éditions David.

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