Patricia Conflon has a doctorate in Caribbean literature and interculturality. Her thesis focuses on the work of Nicole Cage, based on a corpus of works published between 1991 and 2011, and in which she studies the abundance of American-Caribbean aesthetic-literary intertextualities. She has also worked on several concepts theorized by Édouard Glissant (Antillanity, creolization, poetics of relationship, aesthetics of chaos), including the concept of Caribbeanness. Patricia
C onflon currently teaches General Culture in high school in Martinique and coordinates a national program for young people in bookstores in Martinique. She created the MICELA association (Intercultural House of Writers and Literature of the Americas) with the aim of enhancing and promoting books, reading and literature in the Americas and Caribbean region.