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About Aglaia Bouma

In addition to being an author, Aglaia Bouma (1970) is an entrepreneur, empathic misanthrope, emotional rationalist, light-hearted pessimist and a social einzelgänger.
Her latest Dutch novel 'Niets te verbergen' was released in April 2015.
Her Dutch novel ‘De Dwaling’ was reviewed positively and her short stories often win in contests. The Dutch versions of ‘Self-portrait’ and 'Unleashed' were published in literary journals. Several other stories have been published in anthologies.

Aglaia Bouma (1970) is behalve schrijver emotioneel rationalist, luchthartig pessimist, sociale einzelgänger, empathisch misantroop, ondernemer en een vat vol.
In april 2015 verscheen haar roman 'Niets te verbergen'. Dit boek speelt in het Nederland van de nabije toekomst, wanneer overheid en bedrijfsleven alle persoonlijke data van individuen opslaan in een Elektronisch Burgerdossier. Prostituee Maud zit daar niet zo mee. Ze heeft niets te verbergen, dus ook niets te vrezen. Of toch wel?
Haar roman ‘De dwaling’ heeft positieve recensies mogen ontvangen en de korte verhalen van haar hand gooien regelmatig hoge ogen bij wedstrijden. ‘Zelfportret’ en 'Kort aangebonden' werden gepubliceerd in literaire tijdschriften. Verscheidene andere verhalen zijn opgenomen in bundels.

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Reviews of Self-portrait by Aglaia Bouma

Ksenia Toivonen reviewed on Jan. 15, 2013

A beautiful, sensitive and slightly melancholic short story about how to refine a life and deep felt values. Painting a self-portrait as a metaphor for the bigger questions in life: who we are and what background we have. Trying to see and understand what has shaped and made us as a human being. A person in the making, described as "being kitsch", coming to terms with ones own life and behavior and learning to deal with the flaws and imperfections of it, but also how others revive us in their memory once they remember the first impression they had.
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