Worm, owl and duck. Prose Obscura
Launch of Tormod Haugland's essay collection
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Worm, owl and duck. Prose Obskura is a collection of essays, short stories, interviews and articles: About Stig Larsson, the New Norwegian woman, about fittings in fiction, about writing in Outer North Hordland, about mask use and world poetry - texts on a number of different topics, which have in common that they cross borders, between genres, between biography and fiction, humor and seriousness. The discerning selection that will be presented will provide a new perspective on Haugland, at the same time as the texts tangent to his authorship and show the changes along the way. With an afterword by Ole Robert Sunde.
Meet the author in conversation with Agnes Ravatn . Speech by the author and Ole Robert Sunde .
Free entrance. Welcome!
Tormod Haugland (b. 1962) debuted with the novel Under in 1994, and has since published novels, short stories, poems and dramas.