The annual report of the Dutch Foundation for Literature gives an overview of all activities and grants in 2022, including temporary Covid-support for writers and translators as well as subsidies for all arts (on behalf of the six national cultural funds in the Netherlands) to support Ukrainian artists in the Netherlands and to improve both fair practice and inclusion in the Dutch cultural field.
Download the pdf of the annual report 2022 (Dutch).
Pages 65-66 give an overview of all subsidies granted in 2022, both within the Netherlands (to writers, translators, literary magazines, publishers and other literary organizations) and abroad. The following pages give more detailed information about grants awarded within the international field:
- Translation Grants for Foreign Publishers on pages 87-94 (arranged by genre Graphic novels/Beeldverhaal 87, Fiction/fictie 87, Children’s books and youth literature 89, Non-fiction 91, Poetry/Poëzie 93).
- Travel Costs for promotional visits (in Dutch: Promotiereizen (Reiskosten buitenland) are to be found on pages 94-95.
- The so-called ‘gastschrijver’ program for Dutch students worldwide in both primary, secondary and higher education is mentioned on page 31. More information on this program on may be found on the website of the Taalunie.
- The Amsterdam Translator’s House was closed for renovation in 2022. From July 2023 onwards we will be able to host residencies for translators of Dutch and Frisian literature again.
- An overview of our Amsterdam Residency for international authors published in Dutch may be found on page 77 or on this website on the page Residency for Writers in Amsterdam
An overview of translations of Dutch and Frisian literature worldwide, both published and in preparation, both subsidized by our Foundation and not, may be found in our Translations Database.
An overview of accredited translators of Dutch literature in all genres may be found on the websites of our colleagues Flanders Literature.