A Strange Host Named Poetry. The Watou Summers
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A Strange Host Named Poetry. The Watou Summers

(Paul Demets) The Low Countries - 2001, № 9, pp. 287-288

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The Watou poetry-summers, which take place every year in the West-Flemish village of that name close to the French border, knock the usual tedium of a summer in the country clear out of sight. Each year the organiser and poet Gwij Mandelinck combines poetry, visual art and the existing architecture in a new and original approach.

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