Arnold Jansen op de Haar will be joining the bookstall this Saturday, 28 July, in the Corn Hall, Cirencester.
Between 2 and 3 pm he will sign his books:
Angel – about wanting to break free – ‘It’s a brilliant piece of writing from a remarkable writer.’
King of Tuzla – a coming-of-age story set against the Bosnian conflict – ‘If you want proof that literature has the power to change lives then this illustrates it on every level.’
The Refrain of Other People’s Lives – What’s it like to be an EU immigrant? – ‘What his poetry does is to capture a dramatized, aestheticized sense of what it is like to be living outside your own country.’
Yugoslav Requiem – a testimony to the most recent war in Europe – ‘His rhythms are contagious: they made me want to divide my own sentences here in tune with them.’
Don’t miss this opportunity to treat yourself or purchase an extra special present with a tailored dedication.