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The Chandelier

Words by
Fríða Ísberg
Illustrations by
Helga Páley Friðþjófsdóttir
Translation by
Larisssa Kyzer
Author Fríða Ísberg (1992-) is a writer and poet, born and raised in Reykjavík. She studied philosophy and creative writing at the University of Iceland and has written for the Times Literary Supplement. Her book Slitförin (Stretch Marks) was one of the most popular poetry books in Iceland in 2017. She is a member of poetry collective Svikaskáld ( Impostor Poets), a group of six women who’ve published two poetry collections, Ég er ekki að rétta upp hönd (I Am Not Raising My Hand) in 2017 and Ég er fagnaðarsöngur (I am Applause) in 2018. Her short story collection Kláði (Itch) is due to be published in October 2018.
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Author Fríða Ísberg (1992-) is a writer and poet, born and raised in Reykjavík. She studied philosophy and creative writing at the University of Iceland and has written for the Times Literary Supplement. Her book Slitförin (Stretch Marks) was one of the most popular poetry books in Iceland in 2017. She is a member of poetry collective Svikaskáld ( Impostor Poets), a group of six women who’ve published two poetry collections, Ég er ekki að rétta upp hönd (I Am Not Raising My Hand) in 2017 and Ég er fagnaðarsöngur (I am Applause) in 2018. Her short story collection Kláði (Itch) is due to be published in October 2018.
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