Joop Bersee

Joop Bersee was born in the Netherlands in 1958. From 1989 to 1996 he lived in South Africa where he began writing poetry in English. In 1996 he returned to the Netherlands.
Joop currently works for a research library in Amsterdam.
Joop’s work has been published in many publications:

South Africa – New Coin, Botsotso, The Heart in Exile  (Penguin Anthology),  Fidelities, New Contrast, Glass Jars Among Trees (Jacana Media Anthology),  Burning Shacks and Floods (poetry anthology by the Timbila Poetry Project), United Kingdom – Acumen, Orbis, The New Welsh Review, Canada – The Breath, Ottawa Arts Review, USA – The Melic Review, Poets Against War, Gumball  Poetry, Poetry Super Highway (Holocaust Remembrance Day issue),  Fingernails Across The Chalkboard (Anthology), Other Voices, Crux. India – Arupath African Kavithakal (60 poems in a translation, 2nd edition’. Ireland – The New Binary Press Anthology of Poetry: Vol I, The Weary Blues, Brazil – Sibila.

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One thought on “Joop Bersee

  1. I am adding my email conversation with Joop Bersee in a new book. It was published as part of the Arupathu African Kavithakasl( Sixty African poems), a translation of sixty poems by the poet. I hope he is fine and well. I hope he will write more and more and will be recognized through out our planet.

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