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Tue 08 May 2012
The 'Literaire Loketten', citybooks Charleroi: Pascal Verbeken & Erik Lindner
The Belgian author Pascal Verbeken and the Dutch poet Erik Lindner spent their citybooks residencies in Charleroi. Wednesday the 9th of May the authors are guests at the 'Literaire Loketten'. They will recite from their work and talk about their experiences in Charleroi, their takes on the city and the creation process of their citybooks.
Verbeken wrote a story about a launderette (english translation coming soon). Lindner wrote a series of poems featuring phrases like ‘elektriciteitskabels steken door het trottoir' (electric cables stick up through the pavement) ‘voor even een regenboog boven het kanaal' (for a moment there's a rainbow above the canal). The authors recite and talk about their experiences in Charleroi, their takes on the city and the creation process of their citybooks.
Wednesday 9 may 2012 - 12:30 > 13:30
De Loketten, Vlaams Parlement | IJzerenkruisstraat 99, 1000 Brussels
Free entrance, reservation recommonded via deBuren.
Organization: deBuren and the Flemish Parliament
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