Arnon Grünberg c_Keukelaar
Arnon Grunberg (born in 1971 in Amsterdam), novelist, playwright and essayist, has been feted internationally since the publication in 1997 of his debut novel Blue Mondays. His work has been translated into more than twenty languages and earned him many prizes, including the renowned Dutch AKO Literature Prize twice. Under the pseudonym Marek van der Jagt Grunberg wrote the novels Amour Fou and Monogaam. He is also a blogger and writer of a daily column for the Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant. Grunberg has lived and worked in New York since 1995.
Publications (a selection):
Onze oom (Our Uncle) (2008)
Huid en Haar (Tooth and Nail) (2010)
De man zonder ziekte (The Man Without Illness) (2012)