German Children’s Literature Award for Van de Vendel

23 October 2016

Dutch author Edward van de Vendel, Flemish illustrator Anton Van Hertbruggen and German translator Rolf Erdorf have won a German Children’s Literature Award in the picture book category for the German translation (Bohem Press) of The Dog that Nino Didn’t Have (De Eenhoorn, 2013).

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The Netherlands and Flanders guest of honour 2.0 in Frankfurt

13 October 2016

On 18 October, the Dutch King Willem-Alexander and the Belgian King Filip and Queen Mathilde open, in the presence of the Flemish Prime Minister and the Dutch Minister of Culture, the guest-of-honour pavilion at the Frankfurt Book Fair, where Flanders and the Netherlands will be presenting their culture and literature to a German and international public. This is the culmination of a great project that the Netherlands Foundation for Literature and the Flemish Literature Fund have been working hard on for almost four years.

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Children's Books - Spring 2016
Frankfurt 2016


Jan Brokken

Die Vergeltung

(Kiepenheuer & Witsch, 2015)

The Reprisal is an unforgettable examina­tion in microcosm of the Second World War and…

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Connie Palmen

You Said It

(Prometheus, 2015)

After Ted Hughes left her for another woman, Sylvia Plath killed herself. She became a…

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Harvesting time

Victor Schiferli

5 October 2016

Victor Schiferli was in New York to speak about Flanders and the Netherlands as joint Guests of Honor at the Frankfurt Book Fair. He also spoke to editors and publishers about all that the Dutch-language literature has to offer. They showed great interest.

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