Island of the Naked Women, the third crime novel by Inger Frimansson to be translated by STiNA member Laura Wideburg, has been published by Pleasure Boat Studio. The two previous Frimansson titles are Good Night, Darling and The Shadow in the Water. Available from the publisher.
A project to follow the burgeoning interest in crime fiction from Scandinavia has been started at Gustavus Adolphus, a Minnesota liberal arts college. Frequently updated with a wide range of links.
This “fiercely intelligent” anthology, edited by Kevin Prufer and Wayne Miller, collects the work of 290 poets from all over Europe whose work was first published after 1968. The book’s 24 regional editors include Rika Lesser (Sweden and Finland) and Roger Greenwald, who was responsible for Norway, Denmark, and (with Lesser) Sápmi (formerly known to […]