Author: Hans Faverey

Hans Faverey born in Paramaribo, Suriname, moved as a child to Amsterdam, where he lived until his death. He was a clinical psychologist, and played the harpsichord, an instrument for which he also composed. Faverey received many literary awards including the Amsterdam Poetry Prize, the Jan Campert Prize, and the prestigious Constantijin Huygens Prize for his oeuvre.

Chrysanthemums, Rowers
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Chrysanthemums, Rowers

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Poetry. Translated from the Dutch by Francis R. Jones. "Hans Faverey's poems double as echolocations and tactile thought machines. They twist from speculative meditation into sensorial awe with Ponge-like focus and a penchant for grandeur akin to Ba...

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