Hannie Rouweler (born June 13, 1951, Goor, Overijssel) is a Dutch poet.
Rouweler was born as one of seven children in a Roman Catholic family in the primarily Protestant village of Goor. She has said that she began writing at age 15, but she was well into her thirties before she published her first collection Regendruppels op het water ("Raindrops on the water") in 1988.
She has published 20 additional books since Regendruppels op het water and is considered among the leading voices in current Dutch poetry. In 1981 her daughter was born, in Amsterdam.
Since 2004 she has lived in Belgium (Diepenbeek), married with the poet and translator Joris Iven. In 2008 she has started Demer Uitgeverij/Demer Press, ePublisher, publishing anthologies, individual poetry books, and translations.
Hannie has also performed with her husband Joris Iven in Dumfries, Scotland as part of the international poets for the birthday celebrations of Robert Burns, who shared the same birthday as Joris.
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