Newsletter 20

In this short Newsletter we focus on the changes in the translation grants 2012 and the fact that two graphic novelists are nominated for a prestigious prize at the Angoulëme Festival.

It only remains for us to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Season's Greetings 2012
The New Year card of the Femish Literature Fund focuses on the managerial change 2012 will bring. The image was taken from the brochure the FLF distributed at the Beijing Book ...
Guidelines and application forms grants 2016 online
The 2016 guidelines and application forms for translation grants, grants for illustrated books, poetry grants and travel grants are available on the FLF ...
Brecht Evens and Olivier Schrauwen nominated for prestigious award at Angoulême
Brecht Evens and Olivier 'Ollie' Schrauwen have been nominated for the 'Prix du Meilleur Album' at the Angoulême Festival. Evens stands a good chance of winning the prize for 'Les Amateurs' ('De Liefhebbers') and Schrauwen for 'Le miroir de Mowgli'. The prize will be awarded on 29 January during ...
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