Merethe Lindstrøm

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Merethe Lindstrøm

Merethe Lindstrøm (born 26 May 1963 in Bergen) is a Norwegian author. Lindstrøm’s literary debut occurred in 1983 with publication of the short story collection titled Sexorcisten og andre fortellinger. Since then she has authored several collections of short stories, novels and a children's book.[1][2][3]

Lindstrøm has also sung with several rock bands, both in Oslo and Berlin.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Sexorcisten og andre fortellinger – collected short stories (1983)
  • Borte, men savnet – collected short stories (1986)
  • Kannibal-leken – collected short stories (1990)
  • Regnbarnas rike – novel (1992)
  • Svømme under vann – collected short stories (1994)
  • Steinsamlere – novel (1996)
  • Stedfortrederen – novel (1997)
  • Mille og den magiske kringlen – children’s book (together with Gro Hege Bergan) (1997)
  • Jeg kjenner dette huset – collected short stories (1999)
  • Natthjem – novel (2002)
  • Ingenting om mørket – novel (2003)
  • Barnejegeren – novel (2005)
  • Gjestene – collected short stories (2007)
  • Days in the History of Silence (Dager i stillhetens historie) – novel (2011)

Prizes and recognition[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Merethe Lindstrøm in NRK Forfatter (in Norwegian)
  2. ^ Merethe Lindstrøm in Dagbladet Forfatter (in Norwegian)
  3. ^ Merethe Lindstrøm in Aftenposten Alex (in Norwegian)
  4. ^ prize listing