The little Savior – Den lille Frelser

An absurd comedy about Social Media. The little Savior (Den lille Frelser) is a satirical novel about Social media and celebrity culture. It’s written under the pseudonyme Martin Bartholdy. The book is illustrated by cartoonist Jens Monrad. Read first chapters here (in Danish). The Little Savior is an absurd comedy about a time when the likes of SoMe are crucial and where people who can do nothing can become world…

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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. They file the rape to the police and she is from this moment they start their journey through the  system. In a split second everything in their lives is changed. The boyfriend know that he…

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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 the most hateful film of all times. During his studies in History and Film Science at University of Copenhagen, Morten Brask focused on nazi cinema in general and the anti-semitic films in particular. In The…

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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 who were just as good on the red carpet as in the bicycle sadle on the roads. But what no one knew was that Anja Fonseca since his teens has suffered from the serious eating…

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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 she has a child. An island in the Mediterranean Sea, two years earlier From a porch he sees her standing in the shade of date palms in the hotel garden. She holds a naked boy…

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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 into Italian. Besides Danish, the novel has been translated into French, Greek, Italian, German and English. The perfect Life of William Sidis On a winter morning in 1910, Harvard University’s Conant Hall is packed with…

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