塞斯•诺特博姆 Cees Nooteboom
塞斯•诺特博姆（1933年生），1955年发表处女作，自此创作了大量具有影响力的作品，其中有小说、诗歌、短篇小说和游记。其作品得奖众多，其中小说《仪式》(1980)获得博尔德外克文学奖和美国佩加索斯文学奖，小说《后来的故事》 (1991)为他赢得了阿里斯泰恩欧洲文学奖。后者被翻译成二十多种语言，标志了他的国际性突破。2009年他的全部作品荣获荷兰文学奖。该奖评委概括其作品深刻且富有哲理，因而在国外获得了好评。2010年他又摘取了德国康拉德•阿登纳奖。诺特博姆已出中文译本的作品有：《万灵节》、《仪式》（译林出版社）和《绕道去圣地亚哥》 （花城出版社）。
Cees Nooteboom (b. 1933) debuted in 1955 and has since built up an impressive oeuvre of novels, poetry, short stories and travelogues. His work has earned him numerous awards, among them the Bordewijk Prize, the American Pegasus Prize for Rituals (1980) and the Aristeion European Prize for Literature for The Following Story (1991), which was translated into over twenty languages and signalled his international breakthrough. In 2009 he was awarded the prestigious Prize for Dutch Letters for his oeuvre as a whole. The jury described his work as profound and philosophical, identifying these qualities as the reason why Nooteboom is so esteemed abroad. In 2010 he was awarded the German Konrad Adenauer Prize. Books by Cees Nooteboom that have been translated into Chinese include the novel All Souls' Day (Yilin Press) and his world-famous travelogue Roads to Santiago, published by Flower City Publishing House.