Judith Mok was born in Bergen in the Netherlands.
A distinguished classical singer and recording artist, her poetry includes Sterkwater Ambo (De Prom,1985); Materiaal Ambo (De Prom, 1991); Het Feestmaal (Amsterdam, Meulenhoff, 1997); and Gods of Babel (Cliffs of Moher, Co Clare, Salmon Poetry, 2011).
Her novels are Argelozen in het Circus (Bussum, Netherlands, Thoth, 1992, shortlisted for the Prix de l’Academie Française); De Beul (Meulenhoff, 2000); and Gael (London, Telegram Books/Saqi Books, 2006).
Her stories have been shortlisted twice for the Francis McManus Award.
She lives in Dublin.
Hamsa – Nani
Uploaded by paulmck21 on May 31, 2011
Judith Mok and members of the Republic of Loose play improvisations over sephardic tunes