Micaela van Muylem wins Premio Teatro del Mundo 2014

(05-12-2014)

Micaela van Muylem has won the Premio Teatro del Mundo 2014 for her translation of Jan Lauwers’ trilogy ‘Sad Face / Happy Face’, published by the University of Cordoba in the series ‘Papeles theatrales’. The translation was supported by the Flemish Literature Fund.

'Panthère' by Brecht Evens nominated for Offical Selection in Angoulême

(28-11-2014)

‘Panthère’, the French translation of comic artist Brecht Evens’ most recent work ‘Panter’ (originally published by Oogachtend), has been nominated for the Official Selection at the international Comics Festival in Angoulême. 

Kinky & Cosy in Angoulême: a new Spirou

(27-11-2014)

50.000 copies of the comics magazine ‘Kinky & Cosy’ will be distributed in Angoulême during the International Comics Festival. The magazine is part of ‘The Kinky & Cosy Experience’, an interactive exhibition built around twins Kinky and Cosy. Their creator Nix was appointed curator by the FLF.

 

Stefan Hertmans wins AKO Literature Prize 2014

(16-11-2014)

Stefan Hertmans has won the AKO Literature Prize 2014 for his novel War and Turpentine.

FLF and DLF organise their 3rd joint publishers tour on poetry

(10-11-2014)

This week (10-15 November 2014) the Flemish Literature Fund (FLF) and the Dutch Foundation for Literature (DFL) organised their third joint publishers tour. Ten foreign publishers were invited to participate in an attractive literary and cultural programme in Antwerp, Ghent and Amsterdam to familiarize themselves with the rich Dutch-language poetry repertoire from the Low Countries.

This month in the Translators House: Jan H. Mysjkin en Burak Sengir

(09-12-2014)

This month, the Translators House welcomes Burak Sengir and Jan H. Mysjkin.

News & Views Frankfurter Buchmesse Special 2014

(03-10-2014)

The Flemish Literature Fund has published a fresh edition of News & Views in anticipation of the Frankfurt Book Fair 2014 (8-12 October).

Bookshelf Essentials

(03-10-2014)

At this Frankfurt Book Fair, the FLF presents a brochure on Flemish literary classics. The selection focuses on classic fiction titles that are still more than worthy of reading and (re)publishing today.

FLF and DFL organised 2nd publishers tour to promote children's literature

(18-09-2014)

In September (15-19 September) the Flemish Literature Fund (FLF) and the Dutch Foundation for Literature (DFL) organised their second joint publishers tour.Ten German publishers were invited to participate in an attractive literary and cultural programme in Antwerp and Amsterdam to familiarize themselves with children's and YA literature from Flanders and the Netherlands.

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