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Judith Mok

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Publications in Dutch

Poetry
1985 Sterkwater Ambo /De Prom
1991 Materiaal Ambo/De Prom
1997 Het Feestmaal Meulenhoff


Novels
1992 Argelozen in het Circus Thoth
2000 De Beul Meulenhoff


She has published poetry and prose in many magazines and anthologies:
De Revisor, Surplus, Perdu, Nieuw Vlaams Tijdschrift
Anthologies Published by Bert Bakker, De Bezige Bij, Ambo,Contact.
Translations of Poetry from French into Dutch
Poems of Verlaine and Rimbaud Publisher Vasalucci (1992)


Publications in English

Novels
Novel "Gael"; to be published Spring 2006 by Saqi Books, London
Pieces for Lyric FM series ;The Quiet Quarter;
On Silence, Argentina , The Middle East
Tango People in The Quiet Quarter published by New Island Books (2004)
La Buenos Aires Ajena (Stories by foreign visitors to Argentina from 1536 to the present) published by Emece , Argentina , 1999
Turkish folksongs by Theo Loevendie; in New Music Magazine Dublin 2003

Anthologies 

A Treasury of Sunday Miscellany, edited by Marie Heaney, New Island Books (2009)

The Quiet Quarter: Ten Years of Great Irish Writing, edited by Maire NicGearailt, New Island Books (2009)

Poetry

Poems in Landing Places,  Dedalus press (2010)
Poems in Raven Introductions 5 (1988)
Poems in Between Two Waves edited by Peter van der Kamp (1998)

Articles

The Sunday Indipendant:

- Serenades From my Funny Valentines
- Mr. Atkins Lets It All Hang Out
- Molly Bloom Is Saying No!
- Auchwitz Revisited
- Dreaming Of Singing In The Rain
- Getting In Step With The Tango

The Irish Times:
- Tackling the Anti-Islam Backlash

RTE 1:
- Sunday Miscelanny
- Blowing The Shofar
- Swimming
- Dancing With Nureyev
- Motzart
- Rembrant
...And Many More...
(Some are to be published with New Ireland Books in Octobre.)


2003 saw Judith Mok receiving an Arts Council Mobility Award.
Her short story 'Pirates' was shortlisted for the Francis McManus Award.