Bruges

citybooks Bruges starts in 2017 in cooperation with literary festival Bru∙Taal. The first guest author is Dutch poet and author Hagar Peeters.

citybooks Bruges starts in 2017 in cooperation with literary festival Bru∙Taal. The first editin of this biennial festival takes place from 5 -13 May 2017. A wide a range of activites takes place with international authors, literary performances and music. deBuren participates in several events during the festival.

In the larger framework of the festival, citybooks Bruges takes place. The first guest to reside in and write a citybook inspired by this historic city is Dutch author Hagar Peeters. Her citybook will be published this summer. In 2017 and 2018, three more authors and two photographers will reside in Bruges for citybooks.

Read more about Bru∙Taal
on www.brutaalbrugge.be

 

 

 

TIP - Quite a few of the guest authors at the festival have written a citybook or a Radio Book:

Ghayath Almadhoun wrote citybooks on Ypres and Antwerp
Carmien Michels wrote a citybook on Münster
Maud Vanhauwaert wrote a citybook on Lublin
Stefan Hertmans wrote a citybook on Tbilisi and the Radio Book Star of Salvation
Annelies Verbeke wrote citybooks on Ghent and Jakarta
Jeroen Olyslaegers wrote citybooks on Utrecht and Ostend
Cees Nooteboom wrote a citybook on Venice
Michael Bijnens wrote a citybook on Antwerp
Marc Reugebrink wrote the Radio Book Brass and Us
Dimitri Verhulst wrote the Radio Book Who drank Hector Hernandez?
Herman Koch wrote the Radio Book A Brief History of Deceit
Adriaan van Dis wrote the Radio Book Hoog bezoek
Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer wrote the Radio Book De verandering
Menno Wigman wrote the Radio Book Kaputnik
Peter Verhelst wrote the Radio Book Legion
Anne Vegter
wrote the Radio Book Odin is asleep