With her sublime, quirky pen, Saskia De Coster weaves the tragic and the comic of everyday life. Full of intriguing characters sketched with psychological compassion, her novels are dark tales exploring love and family life. In her prose, Saskia has an incredible ability to bend sentences into shocking and beautiful forms. Taking place in alienating landscapes, her stories are populated by giantess women with asses like tanks and awkward young men who tie themselves in knots. Collaborating on numerous projects with visual artists and musicians, including Arne Quinze, Saskia is also a brilliant performer and visual artist. We heard that Saskia, as part of Project 397, reads one page of her bestseller novel We and Me on a different location every day, which each day corresponding to a page number.