Tag Archives: Danish

Current Danish Science Fiction

Every year the Danish fanzine SCIENCE FICTION (www.sciencefiction.webbyen.dk) hosts a themed short story competition. Reviewer Andreas J. Søe recently wrote down his impressions of 4 issues, for the Danish clubzine HIMMELSKIBET. We reprint this article here, as it gives plotexamples of current Danish fiction writing among fans.
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Posted in March 2011 | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Mount København

Kasper Colling Nielsen: Mount København. Publisher: Gyldendal, 2010. 176 pages, DKK 229. Kasper Colling Nielsen’s debut book Mount København [Mount Copenhagen] is a wonderfully lopsided, indefinable work.

Posted in October 2010 | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Some sort of introduction to Danish science fiction

With only 5,5 million inhabitants, speaking their own language, and with a long history of maintaining a mono-ethnic culture, Danish science fiction literature is in every way a small subject for study. Some attempts have been made to publish a science … Continue reading

Posted in October 2010 | Tagged , , | 4 Comments