Tom Naegels

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Tom Naegels (born 14 October 1975, Antwerp) is a Belgian author and journalist.

Naegels' first significant publication was a collection of short stories titled Into the Universe. His novel Los (Loose) was published in 2005 and won the Gerard Walschap prize; the novel was adapted for a film that premiered in September 2008.[1][2] Naegels' most recent book is Arusha.

Naegels' is also a columnist for the Belgian newspaper De Standaard.[3]

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  1. ^ Tom Naegels: "«’Los’ wordt grappige film over serieuze thema’s»", 2 October 2007.
  2. ^ Cut Loose (2008) on IMDb.
  3. ^ De Standaard: Tom Naegels.

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