Tor Åge Bringsværd

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Tor Åge Bringsværd
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Tor Åge Bringsværd, 2006
Born Tor Åge Bringsværd
(1939-11-16) 16 November 1939 (age 74)
Skien, Norway
Occupation Author
Nationality Norwegian

Tor Åge Bringsværd (born 16 November 1939 in Skien, Norway) is an author, playwright, editor and translator. He is perhaps best known for his speculative fiction. Together with long-time partner Jon Bing, he is also considered as the first Norwegian author to write science fiction literature. Bringsværd regards himself as an anarchist, which is clearly reflected in some of his works. He is also known for his distinctive style of writing, for example for his seemingly random jumps to narratives or anecdotes with no clear relationship to the main story.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Bazar, 1970
  • Den som har begge beina på jorda står stille,1974
  • Syvsoverskens dystre frokost, 1976
  • Pinocchio-papirene, 1978
  • Minotauros, 1980
  • Ker Shus, 1983
  • Gobi. Barndommens måne, 1985
  • Gobi. Djengis Khan, 1987
  • Uten tittel, 1988
  • Gobi. Djevelens skinn og ben, 1989
  • Gobi. Min prins, 1994
  • Den enøyde, 1996
  • Gobi. Baghdad, 1997
  • Pudder? Pudder! eller: Sleeping Beauty in the Valley of the Wild, Wild Pigs, 2001
  • Web. Betroelser om en truet art, 2005
  • Kvinnen som var et helt bord alene, 2009
  • Slipp håndtaket når du vrir, 2011
  • Ikke fordi den har et svar, men fordi den har en sang, 2013

Prizes and recognition[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Norwegian) Biography
Awards
Preceded by
Mari Boine
Recipient of the Norsk kulturråds ærespris
2010
Succeeded by
Inger Sitter