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Literary festival Het Grote Gebeuren takes place every year since nine years. This year it will be on the 3th of November at the Groninger Forum Library in the city centre. Wellknown and starting Dutch authors are invited for readings, talks and discussions. The festival also aims for an international program. This year two young authors from abroad are coming to Groningen to celebrate the festival with us. British author Imogen Hermes Gowar will visit the Netherlands for the first time to talk about her much applauded debut and Czech author Marek Šindelka will be interviewed, in English, about his prize winning novel Únava materiálu (Material fatigue).

Literary festival Het Grote Gebeuren takes place every year since nine years. This year it will be on the 3th of November at the Groninger Forum Library in the city centre. Wellknown and starting Dutch authors are invited for readings, talks and discussions. The festival also aims for an international program. This year two young authors from abroad are coming to Groningen to celebrate the festival with us. British author Imogen Hermes Gowar will visit the Netherlands for the first time to talk about her much applauded debut and Czech author Marek Šindelka will be interviewed, in English, about his prize winning novel Únava materiálu (Material fatigue).

Literary festival Het Grote Gebeuren takes place every year since nine years. This year it will be on the 3th of November at the Groninger Forum Library in the city centre. Wellknown and starting Dutch authors are invited for readings, talks and discussions. The festival also aims for an international program. This year two young authors from abroad are coming to Groningen to celebrate the festival with us. British author Imogen Hermes Gowar will visit the Netherlands for the first time to talk about her much applauded debut and Czech author Marek Šindelka will be interviewed, in English, about his prize winning novel Únava materiálu (Material fatigue).