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Thea Doelwijt Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Thea Doelwijt (born Den Helder, December 3, 1938) is a Surinamese writer of Dutch descent.Doelwijt's father was Surinamese and her mother was Dutch. She came to Suriname in 1961 where she worked as a journalist for the newspaper, Suriname. She was editor of the magazine, Moetete (1968-69). Doelwijt wrote two widely read novels, and in the 1970s and 1980s, she wrote many plays, musicals and cabaret acts, including A Fat Black Woman Like Me and Iris. She developed several important anthologies and wrote children's books. Doelwijt also contributed to the English-language anthology of Surinamese literature, Diversity is power (2007). As a writer-in-residence, Doelwijt developed major workshops in Suriname. In 1974, she received the Governor Currie Prize. In 1989, she received an award for her contribution to Surinamese culture. Since 1998, she has been a member of the Society of Dutch Literature. Doelwijt is a contemporary of Benny Ooft.