LIFE OF A BLAN IN HAITI
F*ck you blan! Was one of the first greetings I received in Haiti after landing on, what it seemed like, a pitch black airport patched up with plywood and corrugated tin sheets lined with armed guards giving every non-black passengers that sticky peanut butter look. Walk out of the immigration gates and you’re greeted by burly Haitian men squabbling over who’s going to grab your suitcase. So I did the most logical thing I could think of: run like Cinderella on crack! Those were my first memories of Haiti...
A series of borderline offensive comics about Haiti. Risks include but not limited to: being lynched by an angry Haitian mob, being hacked by a machette, loss of potential lovers, being disowned by my family, haters and activists commenting all over my social media profile.
This is the funniest, politically incorrect and most offensive comics about life in Haiti. If you’re easily offended, a closet activist or a feminist (please) put this book back on the shelf. I don’t give refunds.