Marieke De Maré has written a dreamy, poetic story about how people who at first live apart eventually come together.
Kevin van Vliet's debut novel 'Wolfsjong' is a classic tale with an edgy and dark side.
A young woman in search of meaning is inspired by the wanderings of a Japanese monk from the nineteenth century.
In her debut novel, Valerie Tack unpicks skilfully how a young woman, marked by life, slowly but surely turns into a cold-blooded murderer.
In 'Rozeke', we follow the ups and downs in the life of an Antwerp entrepreneur in the Belle Époque. In figurative language, Van der Stighelen describes how his namesake climbs the social ladder, but struggles on a personal level with himse...
In Was (Wax), debut author Jilt Jorritsma eschews linear time, constructing a mysterious and fascinating story.