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Tommy Wieringa
Kompleks A (AFR)

To mark the Stellenbosch edition of citybooks, Rentia Bartlett-Möhl has translated twelve Dutch-language Radiobooks and citybooks into Afrikaans and had them recorded in South Africa by professional actors. Kompleks A is the translation of Tommy Wieringa's Radio Book Complex A.

Voorgelees deur Anrich Herbst
Vertaal deur Rentia Bartlett-Möhl
Redigering deur Amelia de Vaal
Klank en opname deur Tim Pringle

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Tommy Wieringa

Tommy Wieringa (b. 1967) studied history in Groningen and journalism in Utrecht, and had various jobs including that of market vendor and ticket clerk for the railways. He published three novels, Dormantique's manco (1995), Amok (1997) and Alles over Tristan (2002), before his breakthrough in 2005 with his Bildungsroman entitled Joe Speedboot, which was nominated for the Libris and AKO Literature Prizes and the Golden Owl Award. Wieringa was also co-founder and editor of the literary magazine Vrijstaat Austerlitz. In the music group Donskoy he experimented with poetry and music. For the VPRO he wrote the scenario for the short film Laatste wolf. Ik was nooit in Isfahaan (2006) is a collection of his travel stories. In 2007 Wieringa was guest writer at Delft University of Technology.

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