Fabrice Guerrier is a Haitian-American entrepreneur, musician, writer, micro-novelist and poet. He is the Co-founder, CEO of Syllble, Inc. an online collaborative literary platform that publishes bold stories and produces in 15 days short collaborative novels called Micro-novels. His writing has appeared in the PEN America Blog, Public Pool, Moko Magazine: Caribbean Arts and Letters and Blavity. He contributed an Essay in Slavery’s Descendants: Shared Legacies of Race and Reconciliation Anthology published by Rutgers University Press. He has published co-authored ‘The Wall’ (2017) a futuristic Scifi Micro-novel and recently he published his debut poetry collection “Egypt in a Cup of Tea”(2018). He was the PEN Haiti fellow at the PEN American Center in 2016.
Fabrice was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in November 1991. He and his family moved to the United States at the age of 13. The family moved to Coral Springs, Fl.
Fabrice received his bachelors degree in International Relations and a Leadership Studies certificate from The Florida State University (2013). He Holds an M.A. in Conflict Transformation from the Center for Justice & Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University (2015).
He is fluent in French, English and Haitian Creole.
Fabrice’s endeavor to write was magnified after reading the essay “Blindness” by Jorge Luis Borges in the Fall of 2010.
Fabrice has been influenced by: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Friedrich Nietzsche, Plato, Edgar Allen Poe, Albert Camus, Jean Paul Sartre, William Shakespeare, Lao Tzu, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Bruce Lee, James Baldwin, Joseph Campbell, Carl Jung, Hannah Arendt, Rainer Maria Rilke, Jacques Derrida, Jean Baudrillard, Walt Whitman, WEB Dubois, Reinhold Niebuhr and Jalaluddin rumi.
Fabrice has delivered a TEDx talk on the role of creativity and collaboration in the fourth industrial revolution and digitization of all major industries in the entire planet over the next 25 years.