Écrire Bruxelles / Brussel schrijven explores the various connections between the Belgian capital and literature since the 19th century. The book includes historical analyses of Brussels as a literary and political field of action as well as literary case studies that show the manifold ways in which the city has been imagined by authors from across the world, writing in Dutch, French, English, German, Italian and Spanish.

Edited and introduced by Daniël Acke and Elisabeth Bekers, the book also features articles by various other members of CLIC, including Dirk Vanden Berghe, Diana Castilleja, Thomas Ernst, Lesley Penné, Hans Vandevoorde and Marc van Zoggel. 




Émile Verhaeren joined the 'révolte anarchiste' in the 1890s and remained committed until the eve of World War I. This lesser known dimension of Verhaeren’s work is the subject of Émile Verhaeren Inédit by David Gullentops. It demonstrates how Verhaeren's political commitment is clearly present in the articles and poems that he wrote for libertarian journals but that were never republished until now, as well as in his unfinished and unpublished manuscripts, such as the play La Grand'Route and the novel Désiré Menuiset et son cousin Oxyde Placard