Get to know people through literature and literature through people. Snug Harbor presents 2 authors, emerging or established, local or traveling through, discussing their latest work and inspiration.
Brussels is a place of arrival. People pour in from everywhere, with all kind of stories. Brussels is that surreal place where no one belongs, which means everyone belongs. Wherever you're from, whatever your mother tongue, whether you're here for a decade or a day - come on in.
This month's authors are Niamh Boyce and Karl Dehmelt.
Niamh Boyce was named Newcomer of the Year at the Irish Book Awards in 2013 for her debut novel 'The Herbalist', which is set in 1930s rural Ireland. The book was an instant hit in Ireland. For her latest offering, 'Her Kind', she takes us back to 14th century Kilkenny. She also writes poetry and non-fiction stories for the international magazine 'Womankind'.
Karl Dehmelt is a writer from Coopersburg, Pennsylvania. Karl published three books as a college student through independent press Apprentice House: 'The Hard Way Back to Heaven' (2015), 'The Theory of Talking to Trees' (2016), and 'Good Friends' (2018). He currently writes, lives, and works in Madrid, Spain, and is a proud co-founder of Magnificent Shit, an online platform aimed at spreading magnificent literature to help you live.