What: A Reading & Conversation with Montreal Author and Scholar Karine Rosso (in French)
Who: Karine Rosso (she, her, hers; elle; ella)
When: Wednesday November 17– 5-6pm
Where: Zoom. To join, contact : Francis Langevin firstname.lastname@example.org
Free online event
Karine Rosso is a writer and a scholar based in Montreal. She is an assistant professor in the Département d’études littéraires of Université du Québec à Montréal. She is a founding member of the feminist bookstore L’Euguélionne. She co-edited several fiction and non-fiction monographs: Histoires mutines (with Marie-Ève Blais and Cathon, Remue-Ménage, 2016), Nelly Arcan. Trajectoires fulgurantes (with Isabelle Boisclair, Christina Chung, & Joëlle Papillon, Remue-Ménage, 2017), and Interpellations. Enjeux de l’écriture au « tu » (with Isabelle Boisclair, Nota bene, 2018). With Nicholas Dawson, she published Nous sommes un continent, correspondances mestiza, an epistolary essay (Tryptique, 2021). This year, she also participated in a bilingual collection of texts on the theme of migration, Allers Simples. Sin Retorno (Urubu, 2021). In fiction, she is the author of a short story collection titled Histoires sans Dieu (Éditions de la grenouillère, 2011) and a novel, Mon ennemie Nelly (Hamac, 2019).
Invited by Francis Langevin, she is meeting with the students of a UBC Okanagan course – FREN330 (Quebecois Literature) – to talk about her novel, Mon ennemie Nelly.