Leipzig am Meer

20 March 2019

From 21 to 24 March, seven Dutch illustrators and authors of fiction, non-fiction and children’s books will visit Germany. Dutch literature will be presented in ten events at the Leipziger Buchmesse and the corresponding Leipzig Liest reading festival.

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NIAS-KNAW writers in residence 2019-2020

Open call

19 March 2019

The Dutch Foundation for Literature and NIAS-KNAW invite publishers and others to nominate a writer for the witer-in-residence fellowship at NIAS-KNAW in Amsterdam for the academic year 2019/20. This prestigious position is intended for a writer who is working on a project that would benefit from an extended stay as part of a diverse community of international scholars. Nominations can be submitted until 1 May.

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Quality Non-Fiction from Holland
10 Books from Holland, Spring 2019
Children's Books from Holland, Spring 2018


Enchanting Verses

Dutch Poetry in Translation

(Issue XXVI, 2017)

A special edition enumerating Dutch poetry over the past century till date has been…

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Karwan Fatah-Black

Paths through Slavery

(Ambo Anthos, 2018)

In Paths through Slavery, Karwan Fatah-Black definitively reorients our under­standing…

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Vonne van der Meer

The Findling

(Atlas Contact, 2019)

At the end of the 1950s, the young Jutka Horvath finds a woman’s handbag and returns it…

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Edward van de Vendel

Little Fox

(Querido, 2018)

Little Fox is the result of a real urge to experiment, the power of language, a love of…

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From the dunes to the stars

Hugh Aldersey-Williams

6 March 2019

You are unexpectedly struck by it almost anywhere you turn. I found it among the ditches of Zaanse Schans, in the glare from the sea as I cycled round Walcheren peninsula, and – disconcertingly – aboard a train crossing the Waal at Zaltbommel only moments after I had read in Amsterdam Stories Nescio’s description of the sun shining infinitely, eternally on the water there.

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