Håvard Rem

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Håvard Rem (born 7 February 1959 in Oslo) is a Norwegian poet, living in Oslo.

Lyrics and poetry[edit]

Rem made his book debut in 1977 with Kall på heltene, a collection of poetry. His Selected poems is published in Norwegian (1996), Arabic (2000), Russian (2002), Italian (2011) and Japanese (2015). Rem's poetry and song lyrics have been used by artists and bands such as Gulli Briem (Mezzoforte), Gisle Kverndokk, a-ha, Morten Harket, Kaizers Orchestra, Vamp, Jørn Hoel, Silje Nergaard and Ørkenkjøtt.

Non-fiction and biographies[edit]

Rem has written biographies of Bob Dylan, Erik Mykland, Aril Edvardsen, Tor Erling Staff and Bjarte Baasland. He has also written books about his travels in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

Interpreting and translations[edit]

Rem has interpreted texts by Bob Dylan, Walt Whitman, Derek Walcott and Leonard Cohen. He has also translated and worked on texts by William Shakespeare.

Publications[edit]

Non-fiction (books)
Poetry (books)
Music texts
Drama (books)
Drama (plays)
Fiction (books)

Interpretations and translations[edit]

Non-fiction (books)
Poetry (books)
Poetry (albums)
Drama (books)
Drama (plays)
Editing

Prizes[edit]

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