Postponed: In conversation with Michel Faber
Postponed due measures against the coronavirus. We are exploring the possibility of presenting the program online or at a later point in time. We will inform you by our newsletter and social media.
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Novelist and short-story writer Michel Faber was born in The Hague, but emigrated to Australia in 1967. He completed his best-seller The Book of Strange New Things (2015), while losing his wife Eva to cancer. He said he was done with writing, but did in fact publish Undying - A Love Story, a volume of poetry in memory of the love of his life.
Aimée de Jongh, award-winning comic author and animator from the Netherlands, feels a strong connection to the work of Michel Faber, who in turn likes comics. De Jongh published international acclaimed graphic novels like TAXI! and Blossoms in Autumn.
Come and hear for yourself if they will find common ground in the way they look at life, work and writing. English spoken.
Event curated by Ilonka Reintjens (Writers Unlimited), in cooperation with Centraal Plan Bureau Rotterdam (Cross Comix)
Books for sale courtesy of De Vries Van Stockum Books