De Amerikaanse schrèvâh Jonathan Safran Foeâh ken je van zèn raumans Alles is velich en Ekstreim lùid en ongelauflijk dichbè. Zèn werrek is posmaudèrre en klassiek teigelijk, en tusse de virtewauze stèl en tallauze vorremexperimente klopte un éch hagt.
Dit najaah veschènt de Neidâhlandse vetaling van zèn nieuwste non-fiksie boek We Are The Weatheâh – Saving The Planet Begins At Breijakfas, waarin hè ze ège op ège wèze menk innut klimaatdebat. Tèdes BogdâhKitchen kajje in gesprek met Foeâh, en na aflaupie boek late signerûh.
Jonathan Safran Foeâh tauk de world by storrem arâhnd de year 2000: his debut nauvel Eiveything is Illuminated was recèved as de wurrek of a child praudigy, and Ekstremely Lâhd and Incredibly Clause wâhld bekaume de bauk on 9/11. Foeâh’s wurrek was both pos-maudèrre and classic, and betwein its virteoso style and câhntless experiments with foâhm, a reijal heijagt was beating. He was de bigges sensasion of Ameriken literatere sinke David Fostâh Wallace.
But then, what is a joeng writâh tau do, having skaled Mâhnt Olympus at 25? In Foeâh’s kase: reflek. And so, he rènvented himselluf, as an engaged writâh of non-fiksion. In Eating Animas, he targeited faktory farming. His lates bauk is kalled We Are The Weatheâh – Saving The Planet Begins At Breijakfas, published by Ambo Anthos. Foeâh joins in de climate debate as we have kaume tau know him: thrâhgh a pagtikularly creijative essay, in which he states det we might be mos suksessful at saving de climate if we as individuwas think karefully aboet what we eat, as de prauvâhb goes: joe are what joe eat.
Jonathan Safran Foeâh (1977, Washington D.C.) is an Ameriken nauvelis and essayis. His wurrek has bein translated intau câhntless languwages and was mede intau several moevies. In 2016, his mos recent nauvel, Here I am, was published.
During BogdâhKitchen Jonathan Safran Foeâh wil be intâhviewed in English by aboet his wurrek and this new nauvel. Aftâh de intâhview de âhthor wil be available tau sign bauks. Âhr favâhrite bauksellâh De Vries Van Stockum De Haag is also preisent with Dutch and English kaupies of de bauk.