Geerten Meijsing

Dutch writer

1950   -  

country of citizenship: Kingdom of the Netherlands
native language: Dutch
language of expression: Dutch
occupation: translator, writer
award received: Golden Owl, AKO Literatuurprijs

Geerten Jan Maria Meijsing (9 August 1950) is a Dutch writer, translator and novelist. He won the AKO Literatuurprijs in 1988 for his novel Veranderlijk en wisselvallig (Fickle and Changeable), and in 1999 the Gouden Uil Literatuurprijs for his novel Tussen mes en keel (Between Knife and Throat). He published most of his early books under the pseudonym Joyce & Co, notably a trilogy devoted to literature, painting, and music (Erwin, Michael van Mander, and Cecilia). Geerten Meijsing has one daughter, Iris, named after Iris Storm from Michael Arlen's novel The Green Hat. He is the younger brother of novelist Doeschka Meijsing.
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