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Writing Workshop: Poetry Critique Group - Thursday 25 September, 2014 at 18:30
We also hold a number of critique groups at the bookshop, including a poetry and novel group. These critique groups are informal and an ideal place to have your on-going work evaluated by other members of the local community. Please email the bookshop should you require more information.

Walking Tour Amsterdam - Saturday 27 September, 2014 at 11:00
This unique tour will take you off the beaten track and past some noteworthy spots in Amsterdam’s literary and cultural life, from mainstream to alternative. Please email the bookshop your reservation as the guide is only here upon request. For more information:

Fiction Bookgroup - Thursday 02 October, 2014 at 18:30
The Book Club meets the first Thursday of each month from 6:30pm. Each member of the book club can submit a wish list of four books that they wish the club to read.

From the individual wish lists we compile a longlist from which each month we will select a book for the club to read.

English tea and a lively discussion will be guaranteed.

If you would like to be included in the bookgroup please email the shop.

Dutch Education System - Sunday 05 October, 2014 at 14:00
English Bookshop
Lauriergracht 71, 1016 RH Amsterdam

The Dutch education system is very different to that of many other countries, and international families often struggle to find the right school. This can result in a distressing mismatch, leading some families to give up and head home.

Join this presentation for a complete overview of the Dutch education system and learn how to select the best school for your child in Amsterdam.

Fee: 20 Euro per person.
Discount of 5 Euro for members of the Amsterdam Moms Meetup Group (, or when you sign up before September 21st.

Making it Real: - Sunday 16 November, 2014 at 14:00
Making it Real: does poetry with its feet on the floor of every day life have to plod? Can we import passion and politics – with a small but potent p – into poetry? How do we bring the issues we care passionately about to life in our writing? What if we could create change with a capital

P passion politics Poetry ?