Rune Belsvik

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Rune Belsvik

Rune Belsvik (born 14 April 1956) is a Norwegian novelist, playwright, short story writer and children's writer.

Belsvik was born in Stord. He made his literary debut in 1979 with the children's book Ingen drittunge lenger.[1] He was awarded the Brage Prize for Ein naken gut in 2000.[2] He received the Norwegian Critics Prize for Children's Literature in 1996 for Dustefjerten og den store vårdagen, and again in 2001, for Verdens mest forelska par.[3]

Rune Belsvik made a short story about a boy telling his feelings about a girl saying he wants to end the relationship between that girl but the girl broke up with him. The story is called "Eg står her og skal slå opp med ei jente".

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Godal, Anne Marit (ed.). "Rune Belsvik". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Oslo: Norsk nettleksikon. Retrieved 8 September 2015. 
  2. ^ "Brage. Den norske bokprisen. Tidligere vinnere" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 8 September 2015. 
  3. ^ Kritikerlaget / Norwegian Critics’ Association. "Kritikerlaget (Norwegian Critics' Prize)". Mottakere av kritikerprisen for beste barne- og ungdomsbok (Recipients of prizes for best youth book). kritikerlaget.no. Retrieved 8 September 2015. 
Awards
Preceded by
Richard Herrmann,
Otto Øgrim,
Helmut Ormestad,
Kåre Lunde
Recipient of the Cappelen Prize
1984
(shared with Lars Saabye Christensen,
Ove Røsbak,
Karin Sveen)
Succeeded by
Kolbein Falkeid,
Arvid Hanssen
Preceded by
Erna Osland
Recipient of the Brage Prize for children and youth
2000
Succeeded by
Anne B. Ragde