Spontaneous Interview on the 18th

22 03 2011

Writer/poet Quito Nicolaas got interviewed spontaneously on his latest poetry book Bos pa Planta when visiting the activities at the Historical Museum in Fort Zoutman. The interview was taken by colleague writer Desiree Correa.

Fort Zoutman

ambiance in the courtyard of Fort Zoutman

Desiree interviewing the writer

the public relaxing

 

The writer speaking about Bos pa Planta 





Verborgen Leegte Well Received @ the Library

14 03 2011


Verborgen leegte
was succesfully launched last friday 11 March at the Biblioteka Públiko Kòrsou in Curaçao .
After the author gave some insights on the novel, Arthur Tholel of the local library spoke with him about the book.  The public asked questions about the Caribbean elements of the book, the use of historical aspects in literature and how difficult it was for a male writer to creep into a female character. The evening was closed with a booksiging session.

the present public at the booklaunch

 
booksigning session with the author

visitors queueing up to buy Verborgen leegte

The local newspapers Extra en La Prensa publicized on 12 March an item on the booklaunch of Verborgen leegte.

Verborgen leegte is obtainable in Curaçao at the following bookstores : Boekhandel Boek Plus & Mensing’s Caminada.

 





Article on ‘Bos pa Planta’ in Ñapa

13 03 2011


Here’s the recent interview Quito Nicolaas had with the Amigoe on his latest work Bos pa Planta. It was published yesterday in Ñapa, the supplement of the Dutch newspaper Amigoe.

Read the article HERE





Guest @ Mòru Bon Dia

11 03 2011

Yesterday Quito Nicolaas was a guest in Ailleen Looman’s talkshow Mòru Bon Dia. The theme was the two latest books by the author: his latest novel Verborgen leegte and the poetry book Bos pa Planta soon to be launched on 15 march proximately

author & presenter posing for the camera after the show

in front of the TeleCuraçao studios





Photo Impression @ the Talkshow ‘Un rato cerca Dika’

11 03 2011


Talking with Dika Fingal-Feliciana about the new work ‘Bos pa Planta’ by Quito Nicolaas in her talkshow .

talking passionately about the book


the author


finalizing another interesting interview

The talkshow with Quito Nicolaas is being repeated. So watch TeleAruba these days.





Bos pa Planta in Cerca Dika

3 03 2011


Quito Nicolaas was lately interviewed by Dika Fingal-Feliciana for her talkshow ‘Un rato cerca Dika’. The show will be televised on 8 March as of 12:00 a.m. at Telearuba.
Be sure to watch it!





Interviewed by Amigoe di Aruba

2 03 2011


Last tuesday 1 March the journalist Sharina Henriquez had an in depth interview with Quito Nicolaas on his latest novel Verborgen leegte. They tackle the biographical aspects and the development of the characters in the book. Other subjects they touched upon were: the literary production and the formation of a literary circuit in Aruba.

The interview will be published next saturday 12 March in Ñapa, the supplement of Amigoe di Aruba.





Verborgen leegte goes Curaçao

2 03 2011


Author/poet Quito Nicolaas will be on tour from 9 – 12 march in Curaçao with his latest novel Verborgen leegte.

The itinerary for the tour is as follows:
• Wednesday 9 March – interview by Tele Curaçao for Telenotisia;
• Thursday 10 March – interview in the talkshow Mòru Bon Dia with Aileen Looman;
• Friday 11 March – book launch of Verborgen leegte at the Biblioteka Públiko Kòrsou;
• Saturday 12 March – booksigning with the author at Boek Plus.

More information coming up soon!





Early Rising Happiness & Luck Interview

12 02 2011


A delightfull relaxed interview with the ladies of the radioprogram Happiness and Luck  in Aruba, everyday from 8am-9am at Hit94fm.
Belquis Moreu talked with the author on Verborgen leegte, the proces of writing, reading in Aruba and how this can be stimulated and on life , happiness and living. Sharon Alexander, her colleaugue, did the technical assistance.

Sharon Alexander, Quito Nicolaas & Belquis Moreu in the studio


Posing with the ladies afterwards in the inspiring space