Would you like to escape the hustle and bustle of the city during the Four Days Marches? Sit back in the Stevenskerk and listen to writer Susan Smit talk about her work, including the historical novel De Heks van Limbricht ; a true story of a woman who was accused as a witch in the Netherlands in 1674. She will be a guest in the Stevenskerk on Sunday 16 July from 2 to 3 pm, at the invitation of the Gelderland South Library.
About Susan Smith
Susan Smit (1974) is a writer and columnist for Happinez . She studied Cultural Studies, majoring in Dutch Language and Literature, at the University of Amsterdam. She debuted in 2001 with Heks and has since written eighteen successful books, such as the bestsellers Gisèle, Tropenbruid and De witch van Limbricht. In her books, articles, columns and lectures in the country, Susan Smit always demonstrates a critical and idiosyncratic attitude towards spirituality and meaning.
There is free entry for the lecture, so booking a ticket is not necessary.Automatically translated by Google Translate from dutch
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