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Editor's note: amy wilentz is the author of the rainy season: haiti since duvalier (simon & schuster) she is currently at work on a new book about haiti after the earthquake port-au-prince. Amy wilentz amy wilentz, uc irvine professor of english and literary journalism, has won a national book critics circle award for her autobiography farewell, fred voodoo: a letter from haiti, a gritty memoir based on years of reporting from haiti. Amy wilentz’s first trip to haiti was as a reporter in february 1986, cq just as the repressive, 30-year duvalier dynasty cq was coming to a turbulent end with the ouster of jean-claude “baby. By amy wilentz when you know someone personally and have seen them recently, their death at the hands of terrorists seems more real, and more nauseating, than when you hear about the terrible.
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