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Dimitri Verhulst

Dimitri Verhulst (b. 1972) is one of the most prominent contemporary Flemish writers. He made his debut in 1999 with a collection of short stories, De kamer hiernaast, which was nominated for the NRC Literature Prize. This was followed in 2001 by the novels Niets, niemand en redelijk stil and Liefde, tenzij anders vermeld. However, at the start of 2006 Verhulst made a real breakthrough with his successful autobiographical novel De helaasheid der dingen, in which he describes his childhood in a marginal family. NRC Handelsblad praised Verhulst as 'one of the greatest, most furious talents in Flemish literature, who is capable of writing a novel in a way that a twenty-first-century Louis Paul Boon would have.'




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Dimitri Verhulst
Who drank Hector Hernandez?

Dimitri Verhulst, author of Problemski Hotel and De helaasheid der dingen, sets his story in Havana. Who drank Hector Hernandez? is the hilarious story of a white tourist who is set a highly important task by a Cuban family…

> Translated by David Colmer, read by David Swatling.

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