Roderick Leeuwenhart

Roderick Leeuwenhart (1983) mainly writes science fiction, with the occasional diversion into other types of speculative fiction, such as dark fantasy and horror. Typical for his work is a fascination with Japan and East Asia. His latest SF novel is De Heren XVII (Quasis Uitgevers), in which the question is asked: what if the Dutch East India Company had never ceased to exist? Roderick is a winner of the Harland Awards, the top award for speculative fiction in the Netherlands. His work has been translated into many languages, even
Chinese.

At HSFCon Roderick will lead a workshop on Flash Fiction, including feedback after the convention. So be sure to bring that one brilliant idea that you’ve been playing with for ages, but that never fit in the rest of your work.