rather make sure our work sees the light of day in, for example, the
do so anyway. It could be that we succeed in outwitting our nurses and,
what is far more important, make sure they can actually read us in Paris
and New York.
This extract is from page 335 of the recently published biography by Nop Maas: Gerard Reve, de vroege jaren (Gerard Reve, The Early Years), published by Van Oorschot.
Gerard Reve lived in London during the fifties to pursue his dream to write and be published in English.
That’s why Holland Park Press exists: to give talented writers the chance to follow Gerard’s dream and be published in English.