On 31 March 2020, we celebrated Marga Minco’s 100th birthday. Her oeuvre is an incessant attempt to come to terms with the war past by constantly creating new literary variants of it.
Marieke Lucas Rijneveld has become one of the youngest writers to be shortlisted for the International Booker Prize, which celebrates the finest translated fiction from around the world.
This week's Friday Verses are written by Eelkje Christine Bosch. We selected her poem ‘innocence of things’.
In her gripping debut novel ‘Hier is alles veilig’, Anneleen Van Offel tells her story with subtle clues, precise and detailed descriptions, in beautiful language.
The Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library and Plantin-Moretus Museum put a substantial part of their collection accessible online.
Research institute Huygens ING will set up a new website to access and study medieval manuscripts in Dutch collections.
This week's Friday Verses are written by Tijl Nuyts. We selected his poem ‘Musti’.
Was the Dutch writer really such an anti-colonial rebel? And what about his preference for young girls?
This week's Friday Verses are written by Philip Hoorne. We selected his poem ‘And Then There’s Cake’.
Why not read a novel by a Dutch or Flemish author this spring? Take a look at our selection.
In his debut novel ‘Uiterste dagen’, Ferdinand Lankamp undertakes a search for our motives, which can sometimes be very dark.
Editor-in-chief Luc Devoldere takes the start of the Multatuli year as an opportunity to explore the author’s legacy.