In 2015 we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Werkwinkel: Journal of Low Countries and South African Studies. In the first years of its existence the periodical came out once a year; later it changed so that now there are two issues per year.
Werkwinkel has also embraced a couple of interesting initiatives, such as thematical issues on violence, non-fiction or (post)colonialism, or issues entirely devoted to such writers as J.M. Coetzee or Olga Kirsch. Apart from the regular issues, there is also the Werkwinkel Library, a books series, whose fourth volume is about to be published.
During the November Faculty Board Meeting professors toasted to the success of this first period of the journal's existence, and wished the editors numerous new successes in the years to come.