Candlelight. A cup of hot cocoa. Knitted wool sweaters and comfy socks by the fireplace. If you visited
Last weekend’s Danish Crime Book Festival, ‘Krimimessen’, held at the Old State Penitentiary in Horsens, brought crime fiction lovers together
The search for happiness is a constant in today’s culture, and one of our biggest concerns as human beings. What is the
by Marisse Panaligan
Finding an English bookstore in Jutland can be a real challenge, especially for expats who like to read literature.
by Mark Walker, feature photo by Koldinghus Museum
There aren’t many people who can claim to have died in a place that bears
by Milada Bendtsen
‘So much for that winter’, by Danish writer Dorthe Nors, consists of two formally inventive novellas.
The first, ‘Minna needs
by Ella Navarro
Writing a book is a dream that many people wish for. There’s also a popular saying that, before dying, we
by Victoria Vorbröker and Victoria Mrosek, photos by Lydia Weber
Do it like the German author, Marc-Uwe Kling, and write a book
Review: In “The New Human in Literature”, AU professor Mads Rosendahl Thomsen looks at 20th century literature to understand what humanity thinks it’s