Looking to engage your love of Nordic literature? The Danish American Center’s “Danebo Reading Circle” meets one Sunday a month at 1:30pm from September through May (typically on Æbleskive Breakfast Sundays!) to discuss gems old and new. Anyone with a love of literature and discussion is welcome to take part.
2018 – 19 Schedule:
September 16, 2017: Woman at 1,000 Degrees by Hallgrímur
Helgason; a contemporary Icelandic novel
October 21, 2018: 1864: The Forgotten War That Shaped Modern
Europe by Tom Buk-Swienty; a Danish novel, historic
November 18, 2018: The Danish Girl by David Ebershoff; American
author writing about Danish artist Einar Wegener
January 20, 2019: Jeppe of the Hill and other Plays (The Transformed
Peasant) by Ludvig Holberg; Danish from 1772
February 17, 2019: The Year of Living Danishly by Helen Russell;
March 17, 2019: The Black Cliffs by Gunnar Gunnarsson; Icelandic
author, originally written in Danish
April 14, 2019: Early Spring by Tove Ditlevsen; Danish author and
May 19, 2019: Return to the Future, diary of Sigrid Undset,
Want more information? Email email@example.com to request being put in touch with one of our Danebo Reading Circle members.