Twenty-four Flemish writers and poets wrote each other letters during the first weeks of the coronavirus lockdown. This is the correspondence between Jeroen Olyslaegers and Siel Verhanneman.
Who's helping who? That is the question in Siel Verhanneman's poignant debut novel, 'Or else everyone dies'.
If a vaccine against COVID-19 is ever developed, there is a good chance it will happen in Belgium.
The Dutch Foundation for Literature asked writers and illustrators of children’s books to make a one-minute video in which they present their work.
In his monthly column, Dirk Vandenberghe draws attention to literary debuts from Flemish and Dutch writers which garnered less notice upon release than they deserve.