The November/December issue of Iceland Review is out, complete with in-depth articles and quality photos.
The issue includes interviews with young Icelandic politicians about their goals, and coverage of the October 29 parliamentary elections.
As always, the arts are at the forefront. There is an interview with a London-based artist, who has garnered international attention for her colorful creations of exotic fauna and flora. An Icelandic visual artist, who creates intricate drawings of birds and oil paintings of gardens, is also interviewed.
In music, Logi Pedro Stefánsson talks about the status of his band Retro Stefson and more.
Vatnajökull glacier in all its beauty is under the lens of editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson, who shows the glacier’s many sides in his photographs.
In one article, you will discover the NFLÍ health clinic in Hveragerði and its holistic approach to healing, while in another, you will learn all about the Icelandic slaughter season and the old tradition of making slátur.
Readers interested in history will be shocked to learn of all the deaths caused by the witch hunt in Iceland in the 17th century. They will also discover the significant history of Viðey island, near Reykjavík.
You can read all about the numerous challenges journalism faces in Iceland, the value of Icelandic nature, and much, much more.
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