Victoria Kielland by Julie Marie Naglestad
Victoria Kielland, photo credit, Julie Marie Naglestad

Victoria
Kielland

Victoria Kielland is a Norwegian writer. My Men was published to rave reviews in Norway, earning her several prizes including the Swedish Academy’s Dobloug Prize and the Norwegian Academy’s Thorleif Dahl Prize, of which she was the youngest ever recipient. The novel is also being translated into 14 languages. Kielland’s debut short story collection, I Lyngen (In the Heather), was shortlisted for the Tarjei Vesaas First Book Prize, and her first novel, Dammyr (Marsh Pond), was shortlisted for the Youth Critics’ Prize.

Victoria Kielland is a Norwegian writer. My Men was published to rave reviews in Norway, earning her several prizes including the Swedish Academy’s Dobloug Prize and the Norwegian Academy’s Thorleif Dahl Prize, of which she was the youngest ever recipient. The novel is also being translated into 14 languages. Kielland’s debut short story collection, I Lyngen (In the Heather), was shortlisted for the Tarjei Vesaas First Book Prize, and her first novel, Dammyr (Marsh Pond), was shortlisted for the Youth Critics’ Prize.

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