Newsletter 36
 

With the start of the Frankfurt Book Fair this week (8-12 October), read our latest 'News & Views' keeping you up to date on new projects supported by the FLF. Also, the FLF has published a new brochure, 'Bookshelf Essentials', a selection of Flemish literary classics which it aims to promote more actively and internationally. Further, we report on the 2nd Publishers Tour for Children's Literature (15/9-19/9), jointly organised by the FLF and the DLF in the context of their joint guest of honour programme at Frankfurt Book Fair 2016. Congratulations also to David Van Reybrouck who received the 'Premio Ryszard Kapuszincki del Viaggio’, an Italian book award for the best documentary writer, following the launch of the Italian translation of 'Congo'. And Per Holmer, Michele Hutchison and David Colmer are staying in the Translators' House this month.

News & Views Frankfurter Buchmesse Special 2014
The Flemish Literature Fund has published a fresh edition of News & Views in anticipation of the Frankfurt Book Fair 2014 (8-12 ...
Bookshelf Essentials
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 ...
FLF and DFL organised 2nd publishers tour to promote children's literature
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 ...
Congo's ongoing succes continues
The publication of Congo by David Van Reybrouck has been a chartbuster from the beginning, not only in Flanders and The Netherlands, but also ...
This month in the Translators' House: Per Holmer, Michele Hutchison and David Colmer
This month, Per Holmer, Michele Hutchison and David Colmer are staying 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).
   
  Upcoming events
 
01/01Frankfurt Book Fair
01/01Stefan Brijs at Jubileum Goethe University (Frankfurt am Main)
01/01Ivan Petrus Adriaenssens at Lakes International Comic Arts Festival
01/01Herr Seele at Comic Nostrum Festival (Palma de Mallorca)
01/01Carll Cneut in Riga
01/01Olivier Schrauwen in Brooklyn (NY)