Netherlands literary scene – May (quarantine edition)

We got a bit of a late start this month, but here’s our rundown of upcoming literary events in the Netherlands that are happening online. Stay safe, stay sane, stay connected!

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Labyrinth’s OpenMicMonday – poetry, music and stories in Dutch, English and French (new performers welcome) on Mondays, 18 May, 20:30

Emily St. John Mandel – the award-winning Canadian novelist will be discussing her latest The Glass Hotel with Hans Bouman courtesy of BorderKitchen on 20 May, 20:00-21:45

ABC Open Mic – your chance to go public with your book, song or poem on Friday, 22 May, 18:00-19:30

Labyrinth’s OpenMicMonday – poetry, music and stories in Dutch, English and French (new performers welcome) on Mondays,  25 May, 20:30 online from Labyrinth, Amsterdam

Esther Safran Foer – will be discussing her book We Want You to Know We’re Still Here based on the search for the truth about the history of her parents killed in the Ukraine during WWII, a story inspired by her son Jonathan’s research for his debut novel Everything is Illuminated (courtesy of the John Adams Institute) on 26 May 21:00-22:00.

 

21 May 2020

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