Lecture by Samuel Bjork - Megaron Athens Concert Hall

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Lecture by Samuel Bjork

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Life through Norwegian crime novels
A master of crime fiction talks to journalist Marina Tsiklitira  

A World of Writers: Within the framework of ‘Athens 2018 – World Book Capital’, City of Athens

Samuel Bjork is the pen name of Norwegian novelist, playwright, visual artist, and singer/songwriter Frode Sander Øien. Born in 1969, he wrote his first play at the age of twenty-one, and then went on to write two critically acclaimed novels, Pepsi Love (2001) and Speed for Breakfast (2009). Self-taught and media-shy, Øien has published five more plays and has translated Shakespeare; he has also released six albums and showed art pieces in galleries. He lives and works in Trondheim, Norway.
Marina Tsiklitira is a journalist. Since 1992, she has worked as a cultural reporter in radio and television, newspapers, magazines, and websites.

In collaboration with ‘Athens 2018 – World Book Capital’ of the City of Athens, and the Dioptra Publishing House

With the support of the City of Athens Culture Net

In English, with simultaneous translation

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