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You are about to enter the site. Look around, lose your way, find it again - and lose it again. If you're not the playful type, go directly to The Ledge Files (HTML), where the world is more orderly.
Under the FAQ button (in Flash) are the most frequently-asked-questions to date. If you have a new question, send it to info@the-ledge.com and we'll try and help.
In the meantime, we'll keep on reading and typing and translating.
Titles in brackets [ ]'s are, as yet, unavailable in English.

conversations:
David Sedaris
The Subway

Nadifa Mohamed
The Africa Room

(Mad) Doctors in Fiction
Focus I

Wilhelm Schmid
The Factory

Achmat Dangor
The Operating Room

'That Time'
Stacey's Garret


books:
A Flight of Curlews
Maarten 't Hart

Animal Farm
George Orwell

Beasts of No Nation
Uzodinma Iweala

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Mark Haddon

Flaubert's Parrot
Julian Barnes

The Leopard
Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

Of Mice and Men
John Steinbeck

Reynard the Fox
Anonymous

Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk
David Sedaris

Tonguecat: A Novel
Peter Verhelst




the ledge
info@the-ledge.com

The Ledge is an independent platform for literature from around the world. At the heart of the site, to get you in the mood, is a series of interviews with authors, translators and literary critics. There is also a built-in, ever-expanding reading guide and a listing of literary events.

editor-in-chief
Stacey Knecht

website design
Maurits de Bruijn

bookwebs, reading guide
Pieter Steinz

technical expertise
Caspar van Wijk

more than paperwork
Roger Teeuwen

think tank
Teun van Wijk

thanks to
Jan van Wijk, Martin de Haan, Lara Bresser, Odile Bol, Péter Zilahy, Wendy Bloemheuvel, Carlien Blok, Remco Volkers, Francien Schuursma, Ruth Bergmans, Susan Massotty, Anne Kramer, Eva Bouman, Ad van Rijsewijk, Fran van den Bogaert, Elsbeth Louis, Vanessa van Hofwegen, Louise Koopman, Mirjam van Hengel, Joost Nijsen, Elaine Oey, Alphons Peters, Suzanne Ermers, Godelieve Linders, Joni Zwart, Roland Fagel, Anton Scheepstra, Job Lisman, May Meurs, Kees de Bakker, Alex Manassen, Sibo & Mabel, and Miss T.

special thanks to
Digitale Pioniers
Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds

especially special thanks to
M&D


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literary news:
David Sedaris on The Ledge
David Sedaris and his 'modest bestiary,' Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk. Check the list of interviews on the left of your screen, you'll find Sedaris in The Subway. For all who enter through the Flash-site, a surprise awaits you: Sedaris himself reading the romantic title story, the tale of two star-crossed rodents and their musical misunderstanding.
Note: for those of you who are new to the site, a few remarks: the Flash version of The Ledge, although sometimes problematic, is more interesting than the HTML 'The Ledge Files': in Flash you can listen to audio and make things (not the author) move around. But if you haven't got time for all that, HTML is certainly convenient.




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