Gaute Heivoll 2015

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Gaute Heivoll made his debut in 2002 with the prose collection Liten dansende gutt (Small Dancing Boy), and since then has written poetry, children’s books, short stories and novels. Heivoll was recipient of the 2003 Tiden-prisen Prize. In 2006 he was the Norwegian representative to the Literary Festival Project Scritture Giovanni and his short-story ‘Dr Gordeau’ was translated into English, German and Italian.

Gaute Heivoll made his debut in 2002 with the prose collection Liten dansende gutt (Small Dancing Boy), and since then has written poetry, children’s books, short stories and novels. Heivoll was recipient of the 2003 Tiden-prisen Prize. In 2006 he was the Norwegian representative to the Literary Festival Project Scritture Giovanni and his short-story ‘Dr Gordeau’ was translated into English, German and Italian.

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