Meet some of the authors that contributed to the Anthology 2 of Brussels Writers’ Circle.
Andreas Bergsten is a Swedish psychologist who started writing seriously in English under the auspices of the Brussels Writers Circle during his four-year stay in Belgium. Last summer, he returned to Stockholm for an inverted sabbatical year of work in consulting psychology. In the autumn of 2018, he will relocate to Beijing to rewrite his debut novel, The Rift.
Martin R. Jones lives in Brussels with his wife and children. He is the author of award-winning short stories and flash fiction. He has written two novellas, a feature-length screenplay and is currently working on his second novel; a thriller set in Malta in the 1930s. His website is: www.martinrjones.co.uk
Mimi Kunz moved to Brussels after a Post MA at the State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe, Germany, in 2015. In 2017 she received the Academy’s Alumni Grant and took part in an artist residency in Cairngorms National Park in Scotland. Her latest short story was published in Entropy magazine. Upcoming exhibitions and publications on www.mimikunz.com
Dimitris Politis was born in Athens, Greece. He studied Economics in Greece and Classics and Literature in Ireland. He has lived so far in Greece, Ireland, UK, Luxembourg and Belgium. He has published articles and reviews on Working Conditions and Occupational Health and Safety and several short stories in magazines, websites and collective literary works, two of which have won international literary competitions. His first novel ‘The stolen life of a cheerful man‘ was published in Greek in 2012 and in English in 2014. His second novel in Greek ‘The next stop‘ was published in 2018.
Genevieve Shapiro draws cartoons www.gentoons.com and writes zombie fiction which refuses to turn out scary, despite her best efforts.
Ocean Smets is a published author of poems, flash fiction and nonfiction. He is the 2015 winner of the Spanish 1st International poetry competition “Writing Verses”, the 2014 winner of the 1st edition of short tales in Kemkem Argentina and the 2013 recipient of “Romantic Short Works” in Spain. He is currently working on his second social sci-fi novel.