latest update 18th May, 2006 (click for Dutch version)
He skipped a year with his third volume of Frisian poetry, which was published in February 2003: Gegrommel fan satyn / Gegrommel van satijn (Mutterings in satin; Bornmeer).
Later that same year, in June, he published his first volume of Dutch poetry: Dat het zo hoorde (That's the way it should be), this time with Amsterdam publisher Contact. Shortly before this publication, he moved from Groningen to Diemen, to be closer to the centre of things.
With his artists' collective Gewassen (together with Sieger M. Geertsma, Alan D. Joseph, Raoul Thepen and Michiel Rasker), now sadly discontinued, the city council of Groningen awarded him the Hendrik de Vries grant 2002.
There are poems of his included in the seminal anthology
de lucht (Out of the Air; Passage, 2001).
Together with the editor of this anthology, Daniël
Dee, he has now compiled an anthology about female genitalia,
(Poetry cunts; Passage, 2004), set to appear in
of differences in age or beliefs maybe the space
were lighting candles on the other side of the ocean
that there will never be more between us
my love let time prise us apart when one by one we die
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