Ndèye Fatou Kane

Ndèye Fatou Kane is a young Senegalese woman with a passion for literature from a young age, especially African. She sharpens her young reader’s eye with African classical writers and autrices, allowing her to read her daily companion. This love of reading will bring him to writing, through chronicles published in his blog – her little bubble ( – but also in various webzines and magazines (Jeune Afrique, Afrique Magazine, le Point, Afrique Magazine …)

After a preparatory class for the major commercial schools, she graduated from a business school in international transport and logistics, soon followed by another master in airport management.

In 2014, she published her first novel, Le Malheur de vivre, prefaceded by her grandfather, Cheikh Hamidou Kane, to Éditions L’Harmattan and in 2016, she participated in a collective work, Franklin, l’insoumis, published in Editions La Doxa.

In March 2018, appeared Vous avez dit féministe? a book on the question of feminism around four women of letters who have already thought and written on it: Awa Thiam, Mariama Bâ, Chimamanda and Simone de Beauvoir. After having made a career in logistics and transport (RATP, Veolia Transdev, Bolloré Africa Logistics, the Society of Intercommunal transports of Brussels (Bits MIVB), Eiffage TP), she is currently doing research in gender, politics and sexuality At the EHESS (School of higher studies in social Sciences) in Paris.