Haitian Dances by Frantz Casséus - Haitian guitarist and composer Frantz Casseus charged himself with the mission of building a repertoire for guitar blending Haitian folk music and European classical music, much as Villa Lobos had done for music in Brazil. The result, while largely overlooked, is as tantalizing as flamenco and possesses an unparalleled lyrical beauty.
René Dépestre, Novelist, poet. 1926 - Dépestre has been called Haiti’s greatest poet, & at times the country’s greatest poets/novelists. Dépestre’s body of literary works has drawn much awe, & his works a great deal of different interpretations. http://kreyolicious.com/chapo-ba-rene-depestre-novelist-and-poet-1926/4242/
Uncle Bouqui of Haiti: By Harold Courlander by Augusta Baker - Augusta Baker, storyteller and proponent of children’s literature, reads three of the Haitian folktales transcribed by Harold Courlander in his eponymously-titled book, including "Uncle Bouqui Gets Whee-Ai," "Uncle Bouqui Rents a Horse" and "Uncle Bouqui and Godfather Malice." These imaginative and mischievous tales are ideal for children.