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Kristín Ómarsdottir

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Kristín Ómarsdottir

Kristín Ómarsdóttir (1962) lives and works in Reykjavik, Iceland. Kristín writes poetry, novels, short stories, and plays and works in the field of visual arts. She has published five novels, three books of short stories, and seven books of poetry, and a number of her plays have been staged. She has been nominated for several prizes, among them the Nordic Council Literary Prize in 1999 for the novel Elskan mín ég dey (I’ll die my Love). She received the Icelandic drama award Gríman, the DV Literature prize, and the Icelandic female literature prize. In late 2011 her novel Hér (Here) will be published in the US. Her new novel, Milla, will be published in April 2012.

 

Articles by Kristín Ómarsdottir

The Story of One Occasion
By Kristín Ómarsdottir
On one of many occasions Greta Garbo visited her fellow actress Marilyn Monroe in her home town, the City of Angels. Greta, who lived in New York, flew to the West Coast, took a taxi at the airport, and…
Translated from Icelandic by Janice Balfour