Fabrice Guerrier founded Syllble to connect underrepresented writers worldwide to collaborate and reimagine solutions to humanity's greatest challenges.
Science-fiction author Fabrice Guerrier uses the internet to create a social, political and intellectual explosion similar to the Harlem Renaissance. Believing creativity and collaboration are the keys to saving humanity, he founded Syllble for creators to exchange ideas from across the world in 2017. The virtual production house has hundreds of members globally and published the first-ever fiction novel co-written by authors from four global regions: Latin America, North America, the Middle East and Europe. The Syllble collective offers writers editorial support, access to publishing pipelines, community feedback, and a growing Brain Trust of mentors and experts. His podcast, "The Fabrice Guerrier Show," is dedicated to harnessing this moment's creative and technological potential to reinvent society for the better. In 2019, TEDxFSU brought Guerrier back to Florida State University, where he graduated with a B.S. in International Affairs and Leadership Studies certificate. His talk, "Gone Are the Days of the Lone Genius," asserts the creativity and innovation that will drive the next industrial and technological revolution is humanity's ultimate group project. The Haitian-American writer advanced this concept in 2021 through a partnership with the U.S. State Department's Innovation Station: Creative Industry Lab.