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The local TV station ITV OJ has broadcast highlights from our author events as part of the programme Litteraturmagasinet. You can watch the features here. 

 

 

Vigdis Hjorth (13 November 2017)

Norwegian author Vigdis Hjorth visited Dokk1 and talked about her latest book Arv og miljø.

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Sir Antony Beevor (27 September 2017)

English military historian and author Sir Antony Beevor gave a talk on how history has changed in the recent past from purely national narratives and myths towards a more global perspective.

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Helga Flatland (19 May 2017)

Norwegian author Helga Flatland at Risskov Bibliotek

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Einar Már Gudmundsson (8 February 2017)

Icelandic Einar Már Gudmundsson and Danish Allan Olsen in a conversation on words, reality, and inspiration.

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Hallgrímur Helgason (5 October 2016)

The Icelandic author talks about his book The Thousand Degree Woman. Interview in Danish by Dan Ringgaard.

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Michael Roes (22 September 2016)

The German writer discusses otherness in fiction taking as starting point his novel Geschicte der Freundschaft. Interview in German by Ineke Hess.

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Chigozie Obioma (17 August 2016)

The Nigerian author talks about his book The Fishermen that was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Interview in English by Jannie Kold.

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Nickolas Butler (22 June 2016)

The American writer discusses friendship and sense of belonging taking as starting point his latest book Shotgun Lovesongs. Interview in English by Kim Skotte.

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Donal Ryan (20 April 2016)

On the occasion of the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, the author visited the international author scene for a talk on Irish independence and identity. Interview in English by Sara Dybris McQuaid.

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Peter Swanson (10 March 2016)

The American thriller writer talks about his latest novel The Kind Worth Killing. Interview in English by Nanna Rørdam Knudsen.

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Abdellah Taïa (2 March 2016)

The Moroccan writer talks about his autobiographical works dealing with themes as love, religion, human rights, and conditions for homosexuals in his home country. Interview in English by Simon Hartling.

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Jón Kalman Stefánsson (4 November 2015)

The 2015 Nordic Council Literature Prize nominee talks about Icelandic literature and his own authorship. Interview in Danish by Torben Rasmussen.

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