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Kari Dickson

Contributor

Kari Dickson

Kari Dickson is a literary translator from Norwegian. Her work includes crime fiction, literary fiction, children’s books, theatre, and nonfiction. She is also an occasional tutor in Norwegian language, literature and translation at the University of Edinburgh, and has worked with BCLT and the Writers’ Centre Norwich.

Articles by Kari Dickson

Writing Dreams: New Norwegian Literature
By Kari Dickson
Norway is a dream that many people carry.
from “Black Sky, Black Sea”
By Izzet Celasin
May 1977 The Byzantine aqueduct stretched from the houses by the fire station over the boulevard and then curved in toward the back of the city theater. Four lanes of traffic flowed under its still solid…
Translated from Norwegian by Kari Dickson
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