William Sidis novel out in South Korea

The perfect Life of William Sidis is now published by the South Korean publishing group Moonhak Soochup Publishing Co., Ltd. / (주)문학수첩 The novel has been published in several European countries, and this is the…

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Jøden: Hitlers farligste våben

Antisemitismen – nazisternes propagandavåben     Den 27. januar 1945 nærmede en deling sovjetiske soldater sig koncentrationslejren Auschwitz. De kørte ind gennem hovedporten, hvor ordene Arbeit Macht Frei var svejset fast til portens støbejern og ganske…

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Film options on Sidis novel sold

The Los Angeles and New York based movie production company, Ditlev Films, just acquired the options on the novel The perfect Life of William Sidis. The company’s two seasoned executive producers Christian Ditlev and Dan Hoffmann…

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A girl and a boy published in Russia

Just out. A girl and a boy about a young couples loss of their children is published in Russia at the largest publishing house in the country, Eksmo – Издательство Эксмо. Read more about the novel…

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The Victims – a new novel

The new novel by Morten Brask  is a story about a rape and how it destroys the life of the victims of the rapist – the woman and her boyfriend. One summer night in central…

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The Victims (Ofrene)

One summer night in central Copenhagen a young lawyer is attacked. A stranger pulls her into a backyard and rapes her brutally. She manages to get home to her boyfriend in a state of schock….

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New book on Nazi cinema

The films of evil is a non-fiction book about the antisemitic nazi cinema. Inside it you find a very thorough analysis of the notorious and extremely hateful films “Jew Süss” and “The eternal Jew”. The…

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The films of Evil

This is a non-fiction book about the anti-semitic film propaganda in the Third Reich. It is focused on how  the German anti-semitism was conveyed in the nazi cinema and contains thorough analyzations of some of…

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Tomorrow I stop

For seventeen years Anja Fonseca kept a painful secret. Outwardly she was the always smiling weather host at DR’s channels. When the media wrote about her, they portrayed her as the beautiful and successful woman…

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Sidis novel published in Italy

The perfect Life of William Sidis is now out in Italy. It’s translated by Ingrid Basso and published by the Milano-based publishing house, Iperborea. Read about the novel in English here The novel has been…

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Good Will’ Sidis out in France

The novel about the prodigy William Sidis “The perfect Life of William Sidis” is released in France june 2013. Titled “La Vie parfaite de William Sidis” it is translated by Caroline Berg and published by…

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A girl and a boy

University of Copenhagen, eight years earlier He sees her for the first time at a lecture. She talks about a she has carried since early childhood, a pain which can only be healed the day…

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The Sea in Theresienstadt republished

The Sea in Theresienstadt (Havet i Theresienstadt) was published in Denmark 2007 and in 2011 in France (Terezin Plage). It’s been sold out for two years in Danish bookstores, but in april 2013 Politiken Publishers…

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Sidis novel published in Greece

The perfect Life of William Sidis was published in december 2012 in Greece by the major publishing house, Kedros Publishing, based in Athens.  The novel is translated by Leo Kalyvornas. Read about the novel in…

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The Sea in Theresienstadt out in France

The Sea in Theresienstadt (Havet i Theresienstadt) was published 2011 in France by the Paris located publishing house, Presses de la Cité. In French the novel is titled Terezin Plage, beautifully  translated into the French by Caroline…

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World’s first novel about William Sidis

Winner of Edoardo Kihlgren first prize for European literature in 2014. Winner of the international Bottari Lattes prize for literature in Italy. Nominated for the literary prize “PREMIO LETTERARIA” in the category best novel translated…

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The Sea in Theresienstadt

Nominated for Prix du Roman Fnac and Prix Chapitre du roman Europeen. A novel about the young Jewish doctor, Daniel Faigel, his years in the concentration camp Theresienstadt outside Prague – and his haunted childhood…

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Journey in the rainy Season

Journey in the rainy Season A travelogue about Morten Brask and Siri Aronsen’s dramatic and beautiful seven-month long journal into the remote Indonesian islands far away from the downtrodden paths of mass tourism. The two authors…

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Det vilde liv og skrivningens ensomhed

I mine teenageår elskede jeg at læse om det store og vilde liv som forfatterne levede. Litteraturhistorien vælter jo over med disse larger than life pennesvingende livskunstnere: Scott Fitzgerald med sin Zelda, bedøvet af champagne, faldende…

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Om at skrive uden hensyn

Etisk dilemma: hvad kan man tillade sig at skrive? Det der holdt mig tilbage var at jeg følte jeg skulle tage hensyn. For det er en roman som handler om mennesker, levende mennesker. Den tager…

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En anal forfatters bekendelser

Vi sad i gamle lænestole fra 1940’erne på en scene ved Skagens litteraturfestival. Vi var tre forfattere fra hver vores generation som dette år havde udgivet en roman om 2. Verdenskrig. Nestoren var Klaus Rifbjerg, der…

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