The successful BOZAR BOOK CLUB is heading into its third season. Once a month, book-lovers spend an evening talking about a book under the expert guidance of a well-known moderator. This season we welcome three new moderators. Join in as we listen to extracts from and discuss a series of much-talked-about and stimulating novels, essays, and poetry compilations. Whether you have read the book in advance (always a good idea) or not (take your chances), you are sure to learn something! If you can understand the moderator's language, you are welcome to come along, even if you don't speak it.

Geert Buelens
Geert Buelens is a writer and academic. He writes about the interactions between literature and society and teaches at the University of Utrecht. His work has won the Vlaamse Cultuurprijs voor Essay and the Arkprijs van het Vrije Woord. He is also known for his columns and opinion pieces for various publications, including De Standaard, De Morgen, and Le Soir.

Corinne Boulangier
Corinne Boulangier has for more than ten years been a leading cultural figure at the RTBF, French-speaking Belgium's public service broadcaster, where her activities have included chairing the Prix Première, producing the programme Ma Terre, and commenting on the Queen Elisabeth Competition. She is now director of the television channel La Première. At each session of the BOZAR BOOK CLUB, Boulangier's own curiosity interacts with that of a colleague from the cultural world, who also gives his or her opinion of the book in question.

Benjamin Moser
Benjamin Moser is a US writer who lives in the Netherlands. His biography of the Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector, Why This World, was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year and a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. He is currently working on the authorised biography of Susan Sontag.