Winter Works is a literary advent calendar from the Nordic House in Reykjavík. Five Nordic writers from Iceland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland interpret winter and read from their homes.
How does winter work? Does it hurt? Does it bring joy? Does it touch something?
For Sami Said, there is a snowstorm brewing in the not yet published manuscript about Nadine, and it seems like the sun will never emerge from the winter darkness. He reads from a not yet published manuscript.
Winter Works will be available on the Nordic House’ channels every Sunday in Advent until Christmas – with an extra cliff hanger in the new year. All invited writers are former nominees or winners of the Nordic Council’s Literature Prize. The Nordic Council’s literature secretariat is based in the Nordic House in Iceland.
WINTER WORKS are created under covid19 via zoom. We are very happy that cyberspace has created this possibility for readings and literary immersion.