Cendrine Marrouat

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I first met Cendrine Marrouat during a session of #litchat on twitter, and had the pleasure of interviewing her for my blog. It is a joy to be able to include her work in Into the Desert, which you can see here.

Born in France, Cendrine Marrouat currently lives in Winnipeg, Canada. This bilingual writer and published author likes to tread on challenging grounds. Death and Christianity are two of the most prominent topics in her body of work. As a result, her readers are invited on a journey that will change the way they think and experience life. 
 
Marrouat is a freelance photojournalist for Examiner.com and contributes articles to WAGTi Media Group and WAGTi Radio. She is also an aspiring playwright and photographer, as well as a professional translator.
 
Her fifth book, titled Five Years and Counting. A Journey into the Mind of Soul Poetry, was released in September 2010. The new version of Rizen, her debut spoken word album is in the works.
 
For more information on Cendrine Marrouat, visit: http://www.cendrinemarrouat.com

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