Brynjar Aa

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Brynjar Aa
Born (1960-07-21) July 21, 1960 (age 57)
Pen name Brynjar Å
Occupation Dramatist
Nationality Norwegian

Brynjar Aa often Brynjar Å (born July 21, 1960) is a Norwegian dramatist. He was a student at the Telemark University College and studied under Norwegian writer Eldrid Lunden. Before finishing at Bø, Aa published the book Babyboy.

Brynjar Aa has published over a dozen different works, all by established publishing houses, including Aschehoug, and The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. His work has also been reviewed in Dag og Tid and Dagbladet and some of them have been controversial. He is also the first person on Wikipedia's "Living Persons" list.


  • 1981 Tjukken[1]
  • 1982 Gords barn
  • 1983 Babyboy[2]
  • 1986 Clæsh
  • 1987 Flipper ; Clæsh ; Syx
  • 1999 Trondheim eller Det evangeliske,eventyrlige og smått dileriske stevet om en reise til NidaRus inkl. Epilog
  • 1999 Schlappz


  1. ^ "Anmeldelser:". Afterposten. Retrieved August 27, 2009. 
  2. ^ Aa, Brynjar. Babyboy: ei bok. Forfatterforlaget. 1983 ISBN 8290182511, 9788290182514

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