“Lóa definitely felt a tremble in her hand although it appeared steady as she reached forward to touch the eye. It was made of glass and cool to the touch but seemed anything but cold and dead.”
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Icelandic author Valur Gunnarsson has been appointed a UNESCO City of Literature Virtual Writer in Residence 2021, at the UK‘s National Centre for Writing in Norwich. .
For the fourth year in a row, a group of poets will read poetry in Reykjavík from dawn to dusk on the first day of the year. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the event will be streamen online.