Programma

 

Download het festivalprogramma (pdf) hier.

Het eerste Read my World Festival vindt plaats op 13, 14 en 15 september in de Tolhuistuin in Amsterdam Noord. Het festival richt zich op de literatuur van Egypte en Palestina en wordt georganiseerd in samenwerking met de curators Asmaa Azaizeh en Abeer Soliman.

Op het festival poëzie, proza, journalistiek, muziek en boeken van (deze lijst wordt regelmatig aangevuld):

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Festival

Download the festival programme here.

The first Read My World Festival will take place on September 13, 14, and 15 in the Tolhuistuin in Amsterdam Noord. The festival focuses on literature from Egypt and Palestine and is organized in collaboration with curators Asmaa Azaizeh and Abeer Soliman.

At the festival, poetry, prose, journalism, music, and books will be presented from (more names will be added to this list on a regular basis):

Egypte/ Egypt

Abeer Soliman (curator, storyteller)
Yasser Abdel Latif (poet, novelist)
Malaka Badr (poet)
Eman Abdel Rahim (short story writer)

Palestina/ Palestine

Asmaa Azaizeh (curator, poet, journalist)
Ala Hlehel (short story writer)
Tarik Hamdan (poet, musician, editor)
Ghayath Almadhoun (poet)

Nederland/België | The Netherlands/ Belgium

Frank Boeijen (musician)
Lieve Joris (novelist)
Christine Otten (novelist, journalist)
Willem Jan Otten (poet)
Typhoon (spoken word, rap)
Sanneke van Hassel (writer)
Menno Wigman (poet)
Anne Vegter (poet)
Kirsten van den Hul (a.k.a. the change agent)
Hassnae Bouazza (journalist, writer, columnist)
Kristien Hemmerechts (novelist)
Maartje Duin (columnist, writer, radio journalist)
Manon Uphoff (novelist)
Elke Geurts (novelist)
Maartje Wortel (novelist)
Saïd El Haji (novelist, columnist)
Tsead Bruinja (poet)
Rozalie Hirs (poet, composer)
Ibrahim Selman (poet)
Wim Brands (poet, journalist)
Maarten van der Graaff (poet)
Neeltje Maria Min (poet)
Ingmar Heytze (poet)
Sylvia Hubers (poet)
Maartje Smits (poet/ editor at <em>hard//hoofd</em>)
Sake van der Wall (writer, journalist)
Jochem van den Berg (editor<em> De speld</em>)
Diederik Smit (comedian, editor)
Stephan Enter (novelist)
Dennis Gaens (poet)
Asis Aynan (novelist)
Maarten Westerveen (journalist)
Milan Hulsing (graphic novelist)
Mustafa Stitou (poet)
Thomas Möhlmann (poet)
Frank Westerman (writer, journalist)
Joost Baars (poet)
Petra Stienen (journalist)
Marietje Schaake (politician)
Jeroen van Kan (radio journalist, writer)
Mattijs van de Port (researcher, anthropologist)
Frank Keizer (poet, translator)
Jack Segbars (visual artist, writer)
Chris Keulemans (cultural entrepreneur, writer)
Ihab Saloul (lecturer, researcher)
Ghada Zeidan (owner and advisor Middle East Partners)
Maite Larburu (violist)
Juan-Carlos Goilo (poet)
Samuel Vriezen (poet, essayist, composer, pianist)
Windowbird (composer, poet, storyteller)
UNOM (spoken Word)
Nathalie Baartman (stand up comedian)
Jacob Groot (poet, novelist)
Thijs Witty (doctoral student Cultural Analysis, activist)
Matthijs Ponte (philosopher, poet, radio journalist)
Funda Müjde (stand-up comedian, actress, columnist, moderator)
Mohammed Azaay (actor)
Sabri Saad El Hamus (actor)
Han van der Vegt (poet)
Kor Hoebe (actor, stand up comedian)
Krista Peters (storyteller)
Sahand Sahebdivani (musician, storyteller)
Les Croissants Terribles (band)
Wim Brands (poet, novelist, radio and television journalist)
Saskia Stehouwer (editor)
Ibrahim Selman (programme maker, artistic advisor)
Kira Wuck (poet)
Robert Anker (novelist, poet)
De Harde Liefde (band)
Bird in a Glass House (band)
Ruis (band)
Rendier (band)
Samira Dainan en JanWouter (musicians)
Arie Boomsma (writer, host)
Florence Tonk (poet)
Erik Lindner (poet)
Donna Verheijden & Martina Petrelli (filmmakers)
Thomas Möhllmann (poet)
Dennis Gaens (poet)
Hélène Gelens (poet)
Shawky Ezzat (visual artist)

Vietnam

Bui Thanh Hieu (writer, blogger, journalist)

VS/ US

Rob Halpern (poet, translator)
David Vann (author)

Baskenland/ Basque Country

Harkaitz Cano (poet, novelist)

India

Debashish Ganguly (sitar player)

Iran

Nassim Soleimanpour (playwriter)

Check the complete line up (including biographies) here.

Kaarten:

Koop je kaarten hier.

Passe-partout 3 dagen: 29,-/22,- (CJP/Stadspas/65+/Student)
Dag: 17,-/12,-

Meer over de visie en medewerkers van Read my World vind je hier.

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Tickets

Buy your tickets here.

Passe-partout 3 days: 29,-/19,- (CJP/Stadspas/65+/Student)
1 Day: 17,-/12,-

More information on the concept of the festival and the people working on it can be found here.