Margriet de Moor (b. 1941) made her debut in 1988 with the short story collection Seen from Behind. It was followed by successful novels including Eerst grijs, dan wit, dan blauw (First Grey, Then White, Then Blue), which won her the AKO Literature Prize in 1992, De virtuoos (The Virtuoso), Kreuzersonate (The Kreuzer Sonata), De verdronkene (The Storm), De schilder en het meisje (The Painter and the Girl) and Mélodie d’amour. Her work has been translated into twenty-four languages.
Recent title – English material
Slapeloze nacht (Sleepless Night), 2017
Van vogels en mensen (Of Birds and People), 2016