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Serge van Duijnhoven

1970 -

Born in 1970 in an industrial town in Holland, Serge van Duijnhoven came to literature via post-industrial culture, through an interest in nightlife (The Palace of Sleep, 1993) and techno (Poets Don’t Dance, 1995). Not content simply to publish his poems, he performs them live, accompanied by his literary group, against a backdrop of electronic music and video images. He loves to combine words and music, and has included CDs along with some of his works of fiction and non-fiction. He is the founder of the artistic magazine MillenniuM, a contributor to various Belgian and Dutch periodicals (e.g. de Morgen, De groene Amsterdammer). Van Duijnhoven worked as a war-correspondent in Sarajevo, won the “Nova Malekodonia” prize (1995) and was one of the most active passengers on board the “Literature Express Europe 2000”. Currently he lives in Brussels. So far, the author has published twelve books of poetry and prose, fiction and non-fiction. His latest collection of short stories is entitled The Summer Still to Come (2007).

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