Since 2014, En toutes lettres is specialised in the publication of essays by writers, researchers and journalists. Our books address societal issues related to Morocco, by exposing the situation on the ground, as well as making the work of researchers and academics accessible to the general, non-specialised public. They contribute to the dissemination of discussions and critical thinking. This aim is achieved through five collections: ‘Les Presses de l’Université Citoyenne’, ‘Enquêtes’, ‘Les Questions qui fâchent’, ‘Droit et Citoyenneté’, et ‘Traduction’. En toutes lettres also spearheads Openchabab, a training project for emerging journalists and civil society leaders, bound to become future authors espousing humanist creeds and investigative reporting.
*« Au Maghreb, il y a urgence à structurer le secteur du livre », Kenza Sefrioui, Le Monde Afrique, 8 February, 2019
*“A Moroccan Publisher Reflects on the Struggles Independent Presses Face”, Kenza Sefrioui, Al-Fanar Media, 10 January, 2019