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Walter van den Berg

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Walter van den Berg

Walter van den Berg (b. 1970, the Netherlands) is a novelist and computer programmer who became one of the first Dutch bloggers. His style is rhythmic and to-the-point, and characterized by cool humor. His debut De hondenkoning (The Dog King, 2004), a novel about a lonely computer programmer who falls in love with the underage girl next door, was proclaimed best debut by Esquire magazine. Three years later West appeared, about two brothers on a housing estate in the western suburbs of Amsterdam. In 2013 he published his most recent novel Van dode mannen win je niet (You Can’t Beat a Dead Man).

Articles by Walter van den Berg

Dead Men Always Win
By Walter van den Berg
Your mom cut men’s hair for money.I don’t know if she started cutting hair again after the two of you disappeared, you and your mom, because she wasn’t very good, just cheap. You knew…
Translated from Dutch by Laura Watkinson
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