By Philip Huff. Translated from the Dutch by the author
He loved her so much he doesn’t believe it now; he laughs about it, a long, hard and cynical laugh. It is the laugh of someone who has lost.
Philip Huff is a novelist, essayist, and screenwriter. Huff is the author of the novels Days of Grass, The Empty City, and The Book of the Dead; the short story collection Good to be Here; and the essay collection The Grief of Others, all in Dutch. Huff won the DJP Literary Award and the Hollands Maandblad Prize for Prose. He wrote the screenplays for three films: Days of Grass, based on his debut novel; Greenland, based on one of his short stories; and the forthcoming The Empty City, based on the novel of the same name, to be directed by Michiel van Erp.