After the release of two collections of poems, Myrtille Akofa Haho, author and writer from Benin, returns with a brand new work. It is “Kidal” which is a collection of six short stories. The book extends over 112 pages and relates in a simple style, life paths, hazards of life and others. But above all, he wants to be an apostle of living together.
Kidal is a collection of stories told through the literary genre of the short story. These are stories told in order to describe life paths, hazards, and the most delicate situations that people are confronted with.
This is not an ordinary book, but a collection of six short stories, each one as crisp as the next. Published by the Editions Savannas of the Continent, Kidal is 112 pages long, written in a simple style and can be read very easily.
Kidal is also for the author Myrtille Akofa Haho, a form of communion with his readers. And with this book journey, she wants to offer them, above all, good literature.
Literature as a sounding board for sharing and living together
The teapot and glass featured on the cover of Kidal are not insignificant. According to Myrtille Akofa Haho, these two elements unite many peoples.
“They are objects that also do not go without each other. It is an image to say that literature is sharing and invites to live together.
Kidal, as in Mali?
To the curious minds that would have asked this question, the producer of “Kidal”, Myrtille Akofa Haho, unfortunately did not bring any answer. It nstead, gives the public the opportunity to read “Kidal” in order to better guide the debate.
“This question has come up several times since the release of Kidal. And my answer remains the same: after the reading of Kidal, we can talk about it again easily.
Taking the opportunity, Myrtille Akofa Haho, thanks all those who support her and invites all lovers of literature and readers to get Kidal, to read it and spread the word around them.