Bruno K. Öijer

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Bruno K. Öijer
Öijer signs his poetry collection at an antiquarian in Stockholm
Öijer signs his poetry collection at an antiquarian in Stockholm
BornKenneth Bruno Öijer
(1951-11-26) 26 November 1951 (age 67)
Linköping, Sweden
OccupationPoet
Period1973–
GenrePoetry
Notable worksGiljotin
Medan giftet verkar
Det förlorade ordet
Dimman av allt
Notable awards
SpouseMaya Eizin Öijer

Bruno Keats Öijer (born 26 November 1951 in Linköping, Sweden) is a contemporary Swedish poet.

Biography[edit]

Öijer was born in Linköping in 1951. His first collection of poems, Sång för anarkismen (lit. Song for Anarchism) was published in 1973.[1]

Öijer is perhaps most appreciated as a stage performance poet, and he has made notable appearances in front of large audiences. During the 1970s, he was a part of poetry group Vesuvius.[1]

One of his appearances was that in Stockholm on June 6, 2003, at the occasion of the national day concert by Kent.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Sång för anarkismen (lit. Song for Anarchism, poetry collection, 1973)
  • Fotografier av undergångens leende (lit. Photographs of the Smile of Destruction, poetry collection, 1974)
  • c/o Night (poetry collection, 1976)
  • Chivas Regal (novel, 1978)
  • Spelarens sten (lit. The Gambler's Stone, poetry collection, 1979)
  • Giljotin (lit. Guillotine, poetry collection, 1981)
  • Medan giftet verkar (lit. While the Poison Takes Effect, poetry collection, 1990)
  • Det förlorade ordet (lit. The Lost Word, poetry collection, 1995)
  • Dimman av allt (lit. The Mist of It All, poetry collection, 2001)
  • Svart som silver (lit. Black as Silver, poetry collection, 2008)
  • Och natten viskade Annabel Lee (lit. And the Night Whispered Annabel Lee, poetry collection, 2014)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Bruno K. Öijer". Wahlström & Widstrand (in Swedish). Retrieved June 10, 2015.