Lisa Weeda's excellent debut novel tells the story of a divided Cossack family.
In his debut novel, Koen Caris exposes just how difficult it is to be left behind, especially in an oppressive, village setting.
In her debut novel, Jante Wortel paints a stark portrait of a teenager whose family is held in the grip of her OCD.
In Flemish actress Maaike Neuville's successful debut novel, her experience of theatre comes through in the precision of her sentences.
Nadia de Vries has written an angsty debut about a young woman afraid of remaining in the shadows.
This debut is a dreamy novel about the love of trees and the loneliness of surviving in a new country.
In her debut novel, Katrien Scheir portrays the often very difficult position of women in a #MeToo situation.
In pared-back prose, Angelo Tijssens tells the story of a gay man’s laborious search for a speck of love and affection.
Corinne Heyrman wrote a gripping novel about mental fragility.
In her debut novel, Ananda Serné seizes upon a badly sleeping woman's search for footing to gently wake up the reader herself.
In 'Rozeke', we follow the ups and downs in the life of an Antwerp entrepreneur in the Belle Époque. In figurative language, Van der Stighelen describes how his namesake climbs the social ladder, but struggles on a personal level with himse...
Petra Thijs grants us a glimpse behind the scenes in the art world, with the remarkable life story of the life model for Edouard Manet’s Le déjeuner sur l'herbe.