AMBOSeditores, a publishing house founded in 2008, was born as a result of the need of the Spanish-speaking public, especially in South America, to get to know an area of the world that is invisible for political and cultural reasons and because of the language barrier, this is the French-speaking and Creole-speaking Caribbean. In it, Haiti maintains a tradition of high quality in literature, thought and history. The ignorance of this great cultural wealth in the rest of the American world has been a sad reality.
AMBOSeditores places emphasis on the Haitian literary and essay production of prominent writers and poets who can offer the American world a new cultural perspective. Two languages coexist in Haiti (both official according to the 1987 Constitution). Creole is the national language spoken by all Haitians. It is an essentially oral language, which is why specialists call the set of traditions and historical information transmitted from generation to generation orality.
Language(s) of publication: Spanish, French, Creole (Haiti).