, originally from England, studied at
2007-2014, specializing in Halldór Laxness.
waxes rhapsodic about books in
based in the Philippines.
is a freelance writer, occasional journalist, and curious traveler of lesser known corners of modern European thought. He lives and works in Lebanon.
Ayaz Rasool Nazki
is a writer, poet, painter, and scholar. He is also the regional director of the Kashmir office of
The Indian Council for Cultural Relations
. He lives and works in Kashmir.
is a book and film reviewer from Switzerland.
is a “berserker” from Virgina who has shared her passion for Halldór for several years in a series of book review “challenges” in her blog.
is a professor and Laxness scholar currently living in Illinois.
David S. Baldwin
is a Professor of Psychiatry in the Clinical and Experimental Sciences Academic Unit, Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, United Kingdom.
is a Cambridge-based academic researcher living in the UK.
John L. Murphy
is: a Medievalist turned humanities professor; an unrepentant but not unskeptical Fenian; an overconfident accumulator of books & music; an over-curious seeker of trivia, quadrivia, esoterica. He lives and teaches in California.
is a sagaholic living in Virginia.
is a published author, living in Australia.
is a writer and book critic. Formerly based in Canada, she is now living in California.
is a book-reviewer concentrating mostly on classic translated literature. He lives in England.
is an English classical music writer, critic, consultant, and amateur contrarian.
is a book blogger at
Pink Sheep Cafe
. He lives and works in Yellowknife, in Canada’s Northwest Territories.
is a writer, translator and editor. She was the publishing director of
Mal og menning
, a part of Forlagið Publishing House, and is currently
drama reviewer for TMM
. She lives in Reykjavík.
writer and archivist
living in Minnesota.
is a writer living in Victoria, B.C. His latest book,
What the Bear Said
, is a collection of stories relating to the Icelandic emigration to Canada. His contributions were first published in the blog
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