Jerry Holt writes in Crime Corner about Philip Kerr’s last book before he died, A Quiet Flame, featuring Bernie Gunther in Nazi Germany.
Category: Arts & Books
Terje Birkedal writes about a mission during World War II that is covered in Frode Lindgjerdet’s book, Operation RYPE, published in 2023.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall writes about General Gabler’s Theatre in Seattle and its groundbreaking non-binary theater company.
Synneva Bratland writes about Norwegian Novel Naive. Super coming to life on stage with producer Kurt Engh at Norway House in Minneapolis.
A review of newly published book, The Viking Battalion, which tells the story of the Norwegian-speaking unit of the U.S. Army in World War II.
A review of Liv Ullmann’s 1995 film, Kristin Lavransdatter, set in medieval Norway and based on the trilogy of books by Sigrid Undset.
A review of No Echo, the crime novel co-authored by Anne Holt and Berit Reiss-Andersen, and the sixth novel in the Hanne Wilhelmsen series.
Ladies in Blues were among the headliners at the Notodden Blues Festival, and paid tribute to the trailblazing women within the blues genre.
Marit Fosse interviews Marius Roth Christensen about his career as a tenor in the Norwegian Opera and as a rock musician in the band Seigmen.
John Smistad revisits the Coen brothers movie, Fargo, which is streaming online with its dark humor and quirky Scandinavian-American characters.