Emné Nasereddine is a poet. Her book La Danse du figuier was named winner of the Émile Nelligan prize in 2021, and finalist at Prix CoPo 2023. Her poetry is inspired by borders, grief, and the possibility of love in a patriarchal society. Her writing explores motherhood, gaze, and passivity. She questions the boundary between words and silence. Emné has been published in several literary reviews (Lettres Québécoises, Estuaire, Zinc, L’Inconvénient, Moebius), and in other theatre creation volumes. She is preparing her second book and a text for a feminist collective, coming in 2023.