The Brussels Writers’ Circle is publishing its third anthology – The Circle 19, available at Waterstones Brussels and on Amazon – and would like to celebrate it with a launch at Muntpunt Grand Café.
The launch will feature a discussion with the Circle 19’s main editor, Cynthia Huijgens, and will give people the chance to engage up close with some of the authors featured in the anthology.
The public is invited to come and celebrate these new writings and to engage with the authors, the Circle and the city!
The event takes place on Saturday, 30 November at Muntpunt Grand Cafe – Rue Leopold 2, 1000 Brussels. Doors open at 7:30pm. Join the FB event for latest updates.
“I came to Brussels because I wanted to work here and find out what living in Brussels was like.
I stayed in Brussels mainly because of the people I met here and because of the way being here makes me feel.
Still, chocolate and beer also played a part in this.”
Anastasia Cojocaru is a queer woman of Romanian heritage. Her poetry and prose are inspired by her memories growing up in post-communist Romania, the time she spent abroad, and Romanian superstitions, myths & folklore. She uses poetry to wrangle meaning from a senseless world, to crystallize profound moments into words, and spread awareness about ecological change. Find her @nastiacojocaru on Twitter and Instagram.