Noir Nordique - Nordic crime fiction festival in Paris

Nordic Crime Fiction Festival in Paris

25. October, 2013

With Icelandic writers Stefán Máni and Óttar Martin Norðfjörð.


The Nordic Crime Fiction Festival, Noir Nordique, was held in Paris 19 - 20 October. The program took place at The House of Denmark, Swedish Institute and Finnish Institute and BiLiPo (The Crime Library of Paris). Among Nordic writers in the program were Maj Sjöwall (SE), Jens Lapidus (SE) and Agneta Friis and Lene Kaaberböl (DK) and the Icelandic writers Stefán Máni and Óttar Martin Norðfjörð with translator Eric Boury and Katrín Jakobsdóttir former Minister of Education, Culture and Science in Iceland (2009-2013) and literary scholar specializing in Icelandic crime fiction. Photos courtesy of the Embassy of Iceland in Paris.


 Panel discussion with Eric Boury and Óttar Martin Norðfjörð.  Panel discussion with Stefán Máni and Eric Boury.
 Children in Paris solving a fictional crime mystery.  Discussion with Óttar Martin Norðfjörð and Katrín Jakobsdóttir.
 Drawing of Óttar Martin Norðfjörð. 

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