To anyone living outside of Iceland, the ´78 Organisation doesn’t automatically make one think of LGBT rights. However, within Iceland that link has been firmly established in people’s minds, as … Continue reading
The timeless popularity of mystery novels may be due to just how easy they are to pitch, both to publishers and readers alike. The format of the murder mystery is blessed with … Continue reading
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For my first installment to my new short story collection page, I’m uploading my very own contribution to the Vampire Renaissance (a movement aimed at restoring the image of the … Continue reading
So, having previously designed the first international non-young-adult label, I have now created the first logo for my brand, as in today’s market writers most definitely need to turn themselves into brands.
Y.A. is all the rage in literature right now. Recent successes of young adult film adaptations have boosted the profile of this rather obscure classification concept even further – and the relationship between … Continue reading
It was two years ago that Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptation of The Great Gatsby came out in cinemas. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel had already been turned into a movie a few … Continue reading
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So I posted my short story themed on Norse mythology to this website last month, after I’d had trouble finding a magazine or a market for it. The idea was that once … Continue reading