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The Norwegian Festival of Literature

May 30 – June 5, 2022 

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The Bjørnson Prize 2022 goes to Niviaq Korneliussen

The Bjørnson Prize 2022 goes to Niviaq Korneliussen

The Bjørnson Prize 2022 is awarded to Greenlandic author Niviaq Korneliussen for her contribution to highlighting a major social problem through fiction. In Bjørnson's spirit, she writes accessible and popular in a realistic tradition that not least reaches out to...

2022 Programme Launched!

2022 Programme Launched!

Nobel Laureates, international star writers, freedom of expression and concerts make up Nobel Laureates, international star writers, freedom of expression, and concerts highlight this year's edition of the Norwegian Festival of Literature. We have an extensive...

Douglas Stuart to the Norwegian Festival of Literature

Douglas Stuart to the Norwegian Festival of Literature

It's confirmed: Douglas Stuart, the author of the sensation Shuggie Bain, is coming to Norway. He will first visit the House of Literature in Oslo and then the Norwegian Festival of Literature. The author became a star overnight when he won the Booker Prize in 2020. –...

Invitation to Public Meeting on Freedom of Expression

Invitation to Public Meeting on Freedom of Expression

Three Nobel Laureates, local youth and musicians of international class are on stage when newcomers World Expression Forum and Music in Innlandet, in collaboration with the Norwegian Literature Festival and GD, invite to a public meeting on freedom of expression in...

Call for applications: Fellowship program and Lillehammer Rights

Call for applications: Fellowship program and Lillehammer Rights

NORLA invites foreign publishers, editors, sub-agents, and scouts to apply for the fellowship program at the Norwegian Festival of Literature in Lillehammer, 31 May – 2 June 2022. This year marks the physical opening of the newly established rights centre Lillehammer...

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