Newletter 14
 

In this newsletter, we will pay attention to Stefan Brijs, who has won the Readers' Prize at the literary Festival at Cognac with his novel 'The Angel Maker'. We also look forward to the Book Fair of Bologna, which will be attended by two of our finest illustrators.

 

Furthermore, we will focus on one of our oldest Flemish poets, who has now embraced the internet and is present at the Poetry International Web, and we will have a closer look at our Translators House in Antwerp, that is now part of a wider European Translation Network. Enjoy the reading!

Stefan Brijs wins the Reader's Prize in Cognac
The novel 'The Angel Maker' ('Le faiseur d'anges') by Stefan Brijs has won the Reader's Prize (Prix des Lecteurs) at the literary festival in ...
Translators House Antwerp is part of European network
The Translators House in Antwerp, which is located at the historical site 't Elzenveld, is now part of a European network of Translator Houses, called ...
Hubert van Herreweghen on Poetry International Web
In its first November issue, the international poetry website Poetry International Web focused on the work of one of the oldest living poets in Flanders, Hubert van Herreweghen ...
Tom Schamp and Stefanie De Graef are heading for Bologna
Stefanie De Graef and Tom Schamp, two Flemish illustrators, will be joining the Flemish Literature Fund (FLF) at the Children's Book Fair in Bologna in Italy, which will take place at the end of March 2011. The two illustrators will visit exhibitions together, will meet publishers and attend many ...
   
  The Flemish Literature Fund, an autonomous governmental institution, has been active since 2000 to promote Flemish literature in Belgium and abroad. The principal instruments of its foreign policy are information, documentation and grants (for translation, travel and production).
   
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