Photo Credit: Julia Lisnjak

Pieter Waterdrinker

Pieter Waterdrinker

7:48am

Saturday, May 25, 2024

Pieter Waterdrinker (born 1961, Haarlem) is one of the most successful novelists in contemporary Dutch literature, praised for his compelling voice. He studied Russian at the University of Amsterdam, has been based in Russia since the late 1980s, and was a long-time correspondent at the leading Dutch daily De Telegraaf. His literary work has often been translated and longlisted for awards, and his last novel The Rat of Amsterdam is a critically acclaimed bestseller. He lives between Saint-Petersburg and the South of France.

Pieter Waterdrinker’s Festival appearance is generously supported by New Dutch Writing.

Pieter Waterdrinker (born 1961, Haarlem) is one of the most successful novelists in contemporary Dutch literature, praised for his compelling voice. He studied Russian at the University of Amsterdam, has been based in Russia since the late 1980s, and was a long-time correspondent at the leading Dutch daily De Telegraaf. His literary work has often been translated and longlisted for awards, and his last novel The Rat of Amsterdam is a critically acclaimed bestseller. He lives between Saint-Petersburg and the South of France.

Pieter Waterdrinker’s Festival appearance is generously supported by New Dutch Writing.

Photo Credit: Julia Lisnjak

7:48am

Saturday, May 25

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