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· Op 5 november verschijnt: Mijn lieve gunsteling, de nieuwe roman van Marieke Lucas Rijneveld · Hagar Peeters: De schrijver is een alleenstaande moeder (gedichten) · Greta Bellamacina: Tomorrow’s Woman · Jihyun Yun: Some Are Always Hungry · Guillotine. Poems by Eduardo C. Corral · Kinderboekenweek: En toen? Van 30 september t/m 11 oktober 2020 · The Tradition, poems by Jericho Brown · Ulrike Draesner: Schwitters in the Lakes · GOING DOWN GRAND: Poems from the Canyon · Emily Dickinson: A Book (Poem) · Rachel Eliza Giffiths: Seeing the Body. Poems · Tentoonstelling ‘Cremer Noordwaarts 2010-2020’ in museum JAN

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Op 5 november verschijnt: Mijn lieve gunsteling, de nieuwe roman van Marieke Lucas Rijneveld

Mijn lieve gunsteling, de nieuwe roman van Marieke Lucas Rijneveld, verschijnt op 5 november.

Het is het verhaal van de veearts en zijn ‘uitverkorene’, de dochter van een boer. Tijdens een hete zomer zoeken ze toenadering tot elkaar omdat ze willen ontsnappen aan de grilligheid en de leemten van het plattelandsleven en omdat ze willen ontkomen aan wat er in hen gezaaid is. Gedurende die zomer ontwikkelen ze een obsessieve fascinatie voor elkaar.

De beklemmende bekentenis Mijn lieve gunsteling is een hartverscheurend en tegelijk angstaanjagend verhaal over verlies, verboden liefde, eenzaamheid en identiteit. Het is daarmee een meer dan waardige opvolger van de debuutroman De avond is ongemak waarmee Marieke Lucas Rijneveld als eerste Nederlandse schrijver de International Booker Prize won.

Mijn lieve gunsteling
Marieke Lucas Rijneveld
ISBN 9789025470142
Pagina’s: 368
Type: Hardback
Verwacht: november 2020
Prijs: 24,99

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Mijn lieve gunsteling

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Hagar Peeters: De schrijver is een alleenstaande moeder (gedichten)

Hagar Peeters (1972) brak in 1997 door als rapdichter en studeerde daarna cum laude af in de cultuur-, mentaliteits en ideeëngeschiedenis vanaf de Verlichting.

Haar dichtbundels en non-fictie werden meermaals bekroond. In 2008 stond ze op de shortlist van de verkiezing van de Dichter des Vaderlands.

De gedichten van Hagar Peeters worden gezongen door Wende Snijders, Van Dik Hout en Herman van Veen.

Haar in 2015 verschenen debuutroman Malva is bekroond met de Gouden Boekenuil en in zes talen vertaald.

De dichtbundel De schrijver is een alleenstaande moeder vormt het eerste deel van een trilogie waarin ze de verhouding tussen schrijverschap en alleenstaand moederschap onderzoekt.

Het vervolg bestaat uit proza-exercities en filosofische beschouwing. Ze ontving daarvoor een beurs van NIAS-KNAW.

Hagar Peeters studeerde Cultuurgeschiedenis en Algemene Letteren aan de Universiteit van Utrecht en was redacteur bij het Historisch Nieuwsblad. Haar performance op het Double Talk-festival in 1997 bleek voor haar de doorbraak: ze werd gevraagd op te treden bij De Nacht van de Poëzie en Crossing Border, nog voordat zij was gedebuteerd. Dat zou gebeuren in 1999, met Genoeg gedicht over de liefde vandaag. Daarna publiceerde ze Gerrit de stotteraar. Biografie van een boef (2001), waarvoor zij de Nationale Scriptieprijs 2001 van Het Parool kreeg. In 2003 verscheen bij De Bezige Bij haar tweede dichtbundel Koffers zeelucht, die werd bekroond met de Jo Peters Poëzieprijs en de J.C. Bloemprijs. De bundel werd vele malen herdrukt. In het najaar van 2008 verscheen de bundel Loper van licht. Voor de dichtbundel Wasdom (januari 2011) verzamelde Hagar Peeters haar meest recente poëzie, gecombineerd met een selectie uit de gedichten die ze vóór haar twintigste schreef. In september 2015 verscheen haar alom geprezen debuutroman Malva. Het boek werd bekroond met de eerste Fintro Literatuurprijs (voormalige Gouden Boekenuil) 2016 en genomineerd voor de Opzij Literatuurprijs, de Libris Literatuurprijs, de Bronzen Uil, de Inktaap en de ANV Debutantenprijs en is tot nog toe in zes talen vertaald.

De schrijver is een alleenstaande moeder
Gedichten
Auteur: Hagar Peeters
Taal: Nederlands
Paperback
September 2019
96 pagina’s
Uitgever De Bezige Bij
EAN 9789403167305
20,99 Euro

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De schrijver is een alleenstaande moeder

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Greta Bellamacina: Tomorrow’s Woman

In Tomorrow’s Woman, Greta Bellamacina‘s bold, exploratory voice combines the vivid imagery of French surrealism and British romantic poetry with a modern, first-person examination of love, gender identity, motherhood, and social issues.

Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine writes that “Bellamacina is garnering critical acclaim for her way with words and her ability to translate the classic poetic form into the contemporary creative landscape.”

Greta Bellamacina is an actress, filmmaker, and poet. She was born in London and made her acting debut in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire at the age of thirteen. She trained at RADA, where she performed a variety of lead theatre roles, before going on get a B.A. in English at King’s College London. Her feature film Hurt by Paradise is currently in post-production.

As a poet, Greta Bellamacina was shortlisted as Young Poet Laureate in 2014 for her debut collection, Kaleidoscope. In 2015, she edited On Love, a survey of contemporary British love poetry from Ted Hughes to the present. The same year, she published Perishing Tame, her first collection with New River Press, “a dazzling meditation on motherhood, female identity, ennui and love,” which she launched at The Shakespeare & Company in Paris.

In 2016, she published a collection of collaborative poetry with Robert Montgomery: Points for Time in the Sky, a pyschogeographical journey through modern Britain, and a rare example of collaborative poetry in British literature. The same year, she edited Smear, an anthology of contemporary feminist poetry. Dazed said the collection “unapologetically confronts self-image, body autonomy and our relationships with each other, celebrating the imperfect, frank woman.” In 2018, she was commissioned by the National Poetry Library to write a group of poems for their Odyssey series—modern mediations on Homer’s Odyssey.

Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine says Greta “is garnering critical acclaim for her way with words and her ability to translate the classic poetic form into the contemporary creative landscape.”

This is her first volume of her poetry to be released in the United States.

Greta Bellamacina
Tomorrow’s Woman
Paperback
112 pages
6 Feb. 2020
ISBN-13 : 978-1524854096
ISBN-10 : 1524854093
Publisher : Andrews McMeel Publishing
Product Dimensions : 14.22 x 0.76 x 20.83 cm
Reading level : 15 and up
Language: : English
£7.72

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Tomorrow’s Woman

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Jihyun Yun: Some Are Always Hungry

Winner of the Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry, Some Are Always Hungry chronicles a family’s wartime survival, immigration, and heirloom trauma through the lens of food, or the lack thereof.

Through the vehicle of recipe, butchery, and dinner table poems, the collection negotiates the myriad ways diasporic communities comfort and name themselves in other nations, as well as the ways cuisine is inextricably linked to occupation, transmission, and survival.

Dwelling on the personal as much as the historical, Some Are Always Hungry traces the lineage of the speaker’s place in history and diaspora through mythmaking and cooking, which is to say, conjuring.

Jihyun Yun is a Korean American poet from California who now lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan. A Fulbright research grant recipient, she has received degrees from the University of California–Davis and New York University. Her work has appeared in Narrative Magazine, Poetry Northwest, Adroit Journal, and other publications.

Jihyun Yun
Some Are Always Hungry
Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry
Kwame Dawes, series editor
University of nebraskapress
Poetry
English
September 2020
Paperback
90 pages
ISBN978-1-4962-2218-3
$17.95

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Some Are Always Hungry

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Guillotine. Poems by Eduardo C. Corral

Guillotine traverses desert landscapes cut through by migrants, the grief of loss, betrayal’s lingering scars, the border itself—great distances in which violence and yearning find roots.

Through the voices of undocumented immigrants, border patrol agents, and scorned lovers, award-winning poet Eduardo C. Corral writes dramatic portraits of contradiction, survival, and a deeply human, relentless interiority. With extraordinary lyric imagination, these poems wonder about being unwanted or renounced. What do we do with unrequited love? Is it with or without it that we would waste away?

In the sequence “Testaments Scratched into a Water Station Barrel,” with Corral’s seamless integration of Spanish and English, poems curve around the surfaces upon which they are written, overlapping like graffiti left by those who may or may not have survived crossing the border. A harrowing second collection, Guillotine solidifies Corral’s place in the expanding ecosystem of American poetry.

The astonishing second collection by the author of Slow Lightning, winner of the Yale Younger Poets Prize

Eduardo C. Corral is the author of Slow Lightning, winner of the Yale Younger Poets Prize. He was a founding fellow of the CantoMundo Writers Conference, and recipient of a Whiting Award. He teaches at North Carolina State University.

Guillotine.
Poems
Eduardo C. Corral
ISBN: 978-1-64445-030-7
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: 8/4/20
Subject: Poetry
Pages 72
Graywolf Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Price $16.00

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Guillotine.
Poems by
Eduardo C. Corral

 

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Kinderboekenweek: En toen? Van 30 september t/m 11 oktober 2020

Tijdens de Kinderboekenweek 2020 gaan we terug in de tijd

Boeken brengen geschiedenis tot leven, waardoor de wereld van vroeger tastbaar wordt. Lees spannende verhalen over ridders, verplaats je in oorlogstijd of kom van alles te weten over de Oudheid. Je hebt geen tijdmachine nodig om andere tijden te ontdekken. Verken alle werelden van toen door het lezen van boeken!

30 september t/m 11 oktober 2020
Kinderboekenweek: En toen?

# website kinderboekenweek 2020

 

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The Tradition, poems by Jericho Brown

Beauty abounds in Jericho Brown’s Pulitzer Prize-winning poetry collection, despite and inside of the evil that pollutes the everyday.

A National Book Award finalist, The Tradition questions why and how we’ve become accustomed to terror: in the bedroom, the classroom, the workplace, and the movie theater. From mass shootings to rape to the murder of unarmed people by police, Brown interrupts complacency by locating each emergency in the garden of the body, where living things grow and wither—or survive.

In the urgency born of real danger, Brown’s work is at its most innovative. His invention of the duplex—a combination of the sonnet, the ghazal, and the blues—is an all-out exhibition of formal skill, and his lyrics move through elegy and memory with a breathless cadence. Jericho Brown is a poet of eros: here he wields this power as never before, touching the very heart of our cultural crisis.

Jericho Brown is a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard, and the National Endowment for the Arts, and he is the winner of a Whiting Award. Brown’s first book, Please (New Issues, 2008), won the American Book Award. His second book, The New Testament (Copper Canyon, 2014), won the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award. His third collection is The Tradition (Copper Canyon, 2019)—winner of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry and a finalist for the 2019 National Book Award. His poems have appeared in Bennington Review, BuzzFeed, Fence, jubilat, The New Republic, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Paris Review, TIME, and several volumes of The Best American Poetry. He is an associate professor and the director of the Creative Writing Program at Emory University.

The Tradition
poems by Jericho Brown
(Winner of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry)
Format: Paperback
Paperback
110 pages
ISBN-10 : 1556594860
ISBN-13 : 978-1556594861
Publisher : Copper Canyon Press
2 April 2019
Product Dimensions : 22.35 x 14.99 x 1.27 cm
Language: English
$17.00 list price

Jericho Brown
Awards and Honors
Pulitzer Prize in Poetry, 2020
Whiting Writers Award
American Book Award
National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship
Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University Fellowship
Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference Fellowship
Krakow Poetry Seminar Fellowship
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship
Lambda Literary Trustee Award, 2020

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Ulrike Draesner: Schwitters in the Lakes

How do you begin a future that has essentially already ended, separated from your home, your language and yourself by a stretch of water? Kurt Schwitters is forty-nine years old when the Nazis force him to flee Germany. His success, work, possessions, parents, and wife Helma stay behind – and art gives way to the art of survival.

Schwitters’s second life in a foreign language begins in Norway, then takes him to London and finally to the Lake District. Wantee, the new woman at his side, keeps him on course and his head above water, even when the word artist falls silent. With his Merzbau installation, Schwitters has discovered a new way to capture sky and serenity, shimmering meadows and transparent air. He is ludicrously disciplined, to the point of exhaustion. As we watch him at work, we learn that art doesn’t interpret the world: It translates it into forms that move us.

In Schwitters in the Lakes, Ulrike Draesner follows the writer and artist Kurt Schwitters into exile, giving voice to Kurt, his wife, his son and his lover. Through a virtuoso blend of fact and fiction, she has created a panorama of a time when the struggle for freedom and art was renewed in the face of a world on fire.

A profound yet witty novel about the power of art in dark times.

Ulrike Draesner, born in 1962, is a lyricist, novelist and essayist. She studied English, German and philosophy and has worked as an academic, translator and editor. She has published poetry collections, short stories, and novels, and held posts at several renowned universities such as the Swiss Literature Institute in Biel. She was a Visiting Fellow at New College, Oxford and at the Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities and is professor for German Literature and Creative Writing at the Deutsche Literaturinstitut Leipzig. Ulrike Draesner has received numerous awards.

Ulrike Draesner
Schwitters in the Lakes
Hardcover with jacket
480 pages
13.5 x 21.5 cm
Publishing House: Penguin
ISBN: 978-3-328-60126-5
Date of publication: August 24, 2020
€ 25.00

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Schwitters in the Lakes
Kurt Schwitters (1887 – 1948)

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GOING DOWN GRAND: Poems from the Canyon

Going Down Grand, the first full-length anthology of Grand Canyon poetry, gathers the voices of cowboys, explorers, river-runners, hikers, artists, geologists, rangers, and others whose words bear witness to this complex and magnificent place.

For readers on the river, the trails, the rim, or beyond, the poems on these pages will make fine canyon company.

GOING DOWN GRAND, the first full length anthology of Grand Canyon poems, gathers the voices and thoughts of explorers, cowboys, river-runners, hikers, artists, geologists, rangers, and others whose words reveal and bear witness to this complex and magnificent place. For readers on the river, the trails, the rim, or beyond, the poems on these pages will make fine canyon company.

Co-editor Rick Kempa has been hiking in and writing about the Grand Canyon since 1974. He is also editor of the anthology ON FOOT: Grand Canyon Backpacking Stories (Vishnu Temple Press, 2014) and has authored two books of poems, Keeping the Quiet and Ten Thousand Voices.

Rick Kempa (M.F.A. U of Arizona) teaches writing and philosophy at Western Wyoming College. His work has appeared in Puerto del Sol, High Plains Literary Review, Teaching English in the Two-Year College and Tumblewords: Writers Reading the West (U of Nevada P, 1995).

Going Down Grand: Poems from the Canyon
Edited by Peter Anderson & Rick Kempa
2015
Publisher: Lithic Press
Product Number:9780988384651
ISBN0988384655
Binding: Paperback
Pages:148
Price: $ 17.00

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Edited by Peter Anderson & Rick Kempa

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Emily Dickinson: A Book (Poem)

 A Book

There is no frigate like a book
To take us lands away,
Nor any coursers like a page
Of prancing poetry.
This traverse may the poorest take
Without oppress of toll;
How frugal is the chariot
That bears a human soul!

Emily Dickinson
(1830-1886)
A Book

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Rachel Eliza Giffiths: Seeing the Body. Poems

An elegiac and moving meditation on the ways in which we witness “bodies” of grief and healing.

Poems and photographs collide in this intimate collection, challenging the invisible, indefinable ways mourning takes up residence in a body, both before and after life-altering loss.

In radiant poems—set against the evocative and desperate backdrop of contemporary events, pop culture, and politics—Rachel Eliza Griffiths reckons with her mother’s death, aging, authority, art, black womanhood, memory, and the American imagination. The poems take shape in the space where public and private mourning converge, finding there magic and music alongside brutality and trauma. Griffiths braids a moving narrative of identity and its possibilities for rebirth through image and through loss.

A photographer as well as a poet, Griffiths accompanies the fierce rhythm of her verses with a series of ghostly, imaginative self-portraits, blurring the body’s internal wilderness with landscapes alive with beauty and terror. The collision of text and imagery offers an associative autobiography, in which narratives of language, absence, and presence are at once saved, revised, and often erased. Seeing the Body dismantles personal and public masks of silence and self-destruction to visualize and celebrate the imperfect freedom of radical self-love.

Rachel Eliza Griffiths is the author of four previous collections of poetry, including Lighting the Shadow. Her literary and visual work has appeared in The New Yorker, the New York Times, Paris Review, and many other publications. She lives in New York City.

Seeing the Body
Poems
Rachel Eliza Giffiths
Title Seeing the Body
Subtitle Poems
Author Rachel Eliza Giffiths
Publisher W. W. Norton & Company
Title First Published 09 June 2020
Format Hardcover
ISBN-10 1324005661
ISBN-13 9781324005667
Available for Sale 06/09/2020!
Price $26.95

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Tentoonstelling ‘Cremer Noordwaarts 2010-2020’ in museum JAN

Jan Cremer (1940) schildert zijn avontuurlijke leven al zo’n 65 jaar met woorden en penselen.

Vanaf 1 juni wordt een grote selectie van monumentale zeegezichten die Cremer de afgelopen tien jaar heeft geschilderd, tentoongesteld in Museum JAN. Nooit eerder werden deze werken samengebracht in een tentoonstelling. “Cremer Noordwaarts 2010-2020” combineert deze recente doeken met zijn foto’s van reizen naar o.a. Mongolië en Groenland.

In zijn atelier in Umbrië legt Jan Cremer herinneringen vast aan de tijd dat hij de wereldzeeën naar het noorden bevoer. Cremer:

“Ik heb altijd naar de zee verlangd. Zelfs als kind. Ik zeilde en wilde weten wat er achter de horizon lag. Ik hou het meest van de storm. “

De reizen maakten een grote indruk op hem. Naast het fysiek zware werk, de schoonheid van de uitgestrekte watervlakte en de vrijheid die hij voelde, was er altijd de dreiging van het geweld van de natuur aan boord. Dit is te zien in zijn metershoge schilderijen. Meestal is er een heldere zee en een lucht daarboven, maar soms is er geen horizon, geen scheidslijn, zodat de doeken bijna abstract worden. Zelden is er een persoon of teken van menselijk leven op deze zeegezichten te zien.

Cremer maakt zijn olieverf zelf en brengt deze, net als in zijn vroege jaren, voor een groot deel aan op het linnen of de jute met bijvoorbeeld penselen, spatels en zijn handen. Zo beeldhouwt hij zijn golven en schuimkoppen tot driedimensionale vormen, die beweging en diepte suggereren. Als kijker word je meegezogen in de kolkende watermassa, Cremers zeegezichten zijn nooit rimpelig of glad, ze zijn woest en onrustig als de schilder en zijn leven zelf.

Museum JAN toont in de tentoonstelling ‘Cremer – Noordwaarts 2010-2020’ een ruime selectie monumentale zeegezichten die Jan Cremer in het afgelopen decennium schilderde.

“Ik sodemieter verf op een doek. Ik druip, spat, sla en schop. Ik vecht met verf. Soms win ik.”

Bij de tentoonstelling verschijnt een catalogus uitgegeven door Uitgeverij Waanders en de Kunst.
Cremer – Noordwaarts (2010-2020)
Zee-gezichten
Door Marieke Uildriks, Daan van Lent, Ralph Keuning

Sinds ongeveer 2005 schildert Jan Cremer zeegezichten. Als jonge matroos bevoer hij verschillende zeeën in het noorden van Europa. Die reizen maakten enorme indruk op hem.

Behalve het fysiek zware werk en de schoonheid van de uitgestrekte watervlakten, de vrijheid die hij voelde, was er aan boord ook altijd de dreiging van het geweld van de natuur. Dat is terug te zien in zijn onstuimige doeken. Cremer: ‘Ik heb altijd naar de zee verlangd. Als kind al. Ik heb gevaren en wilde weten wat er achter de horizon zat.’ Als kijker wordt je in de kolkende massa water gezogen, Cremers zeegezichten zijn nooit kabbelend of spiegelglad, ze zijn woest en onrustig als de schilder en zijn leven zelf.

24 x 29 vm
96 pagina’s
63 kleurillustraties
Paperback
Nederlands
ISBN 9789462622999
Inclusief tijdlijn Jan Cremer en tentoonstellingsoverzicht.
€ 19,95

Tentoonstelling Jan Cremer
t/m 25 oktober 2020
Museum JAN, Amstelveen

Museum JAN is een museum in Amstelveen voor beeldende kunst en blinkt uit in glaskunst. De eigen collectie bestaat uit unieke glasobjecten, bijeengebracht door de oprichter Jan van der Togt. Hij verzamelde internationale topkunst en zocht naar wat hem esthetisch boeide. Naast deze karaktervolle collectie biedt Museum JAN een breed en aansprekend tentoonstellingsprogramma.

Museum JAN
Dorpsstraat 50
1182 JE Amstelveen
info@museumjan.nl
+31 (0)20 641 5754
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