Newsletter 30
 

The Flemish Literature Fund presents on this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair an initial brochure on literature from Flanders on the theme of World War I. This Newsletter also reports on the successful tour three illustrators from Flanders made at the Beijing Book Fair, accompanied by the Flemish Literature Fund, on the relaunch of a completely revised version of the website Lyrikline.org and on the presence of the FLF at the Göteborg Book Fair for the first time. Finally, this newsletter presents the two translators working in the Translators' House in September.

FLF presents thirteen titles on WWI at the Frankfurt Book Fair
The Flemish Literature Fund presents on this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair an initial brochure on literature from Flanders on the theme of World War ...
Chinese public and press love Flemish illustrators
FLF tour of Beijing with Kaatje Vermeire, Pieter Gaudesaboos and Ingrid Godon was very ...
Relaunch of Lyrikline on 1 September
Lyrikline.org is the platform on the internet on which poems are available to read and listen to, in their original languages and in various ...
FLF for the first time at the Göteborg Book Fair
For the first time since its establishment in 1999 the Flemish Literature Fund will attend the Göteborg Book ...
Ivana ҆cepanovic and Irina Grivnina in September in the Translators' House
In September Ivana Šcepanovic and Irina Grivnina will stay in the Translators' ...
   
  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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01/01Brecht Vandenbroucke in Saint-Petersburg
01/01Frankfurt Book Fair