“Then came spring. One foot forward, then the other. The everyday characters lost the gait of snowdrifts and puddles and floated filled with breath to and from work. The kids went crazy. All of a sudden their snot stopped running and instead came sneakers, jump rope and olly-olly-oxen-free.”
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Gröndal's House, the former home of writer Benedikt Gröndal (1826 - 1907) opens to the public on Iceland's national day, June 17th 2017.
Up to 400 authors are coming to Iceland to particapate in the conference NonfictionNOW 1-4 June, 2017.