Johan Veenstra

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Johan Veenstra (born 6 January 1946) is a well-known author in the Frisia region of the Netherlands. He has written various books in his mother tongue Stellingwervian Low German.

He was born in Wolvega, in the Saxon part of the Dutch province of Frisia.

Books[edit]

  • Wilde Gaanzen, stories and poetry, 1974
  • Fluitekruud, stories, 1977
  • As de wilde roze bluuit, poetry, 1979
  • Een vlinder van zulver, roman, 1981
  • Naachs goelen de honnen, roman, 1984
  • Lamert en Lutske, stories, 1987
  • De toren van De Lichtmis, stories, 1988
  • Lamert, Lutske en Doerak, stories, 1990
  • Stellingwarver Stiekelstokkies, radio columns, 1991
  • De boot naor Valhöll, verhaelen, 1992
  • Stellingwarver Stiekelstokkies 2, radio columns, 1993
  • Sletel parredies, poetry, 1994
  • Stellingwarver Stiekelstokkies 3, radio columns, 1995
  • Een meenske is gien eerpel, stories, 1997
  • Verrassend Stellingwarfs, stories, 1998
  • Toegift, roman, 1999
  • Winterlaand, poetry, 2001
  • Wonder boven wonder, folkstry, 2002
  • De wereld is gek, stories, 2004

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