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Khadi Hane

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Khadi Hane was born in Dakar, Senegal, and moved to France as a student in 1985. She works in the energy sector in Paris and heads the Black Arts and Culture Association. She has published short stories and novels, including Les fourmis dans la bouches (2011), for which she received the Prix Thyde Monnier 2012 from the Société des Gens De Lettres; and Demain, si Dieu le veut (2015).

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