The Lillehammer Literature Festival features several hundred official events. And an unofficial one. But with strong tradition: the minibar book bathroom in room 316.
In 2010, journalist, author, poet, salmon fisherman, and enthusiast Tom Stallsberg was first invited to a small, casual book bath in Brisith Hotel Room 316. The last time was 2018. The last time is so far. For this week, Stalsberg is back. After a few years of pandemic and open hunting, the retired freelancer is back at his best. With the good and growing support of the dear staff of his former newspaper Dagbladet, May Thingelstad and Sigrid Hvidsten.
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exchange green words
The theme for 2022 is “Changing Green Words,” and armed with leeks and cucumbers in a cross, the pigeon master introduced his first guests, captured on the top shelf.
Songs, Games and Poems contributed by Ragnar Hovland, Frode Grytten and Stein Torleif Bjella, samples of which were obtained from the promising collaborative project Grytten/Bjella. The hour-long session on Thursday afternoon concluded with two exciting guest readings themed ‘Open Choice’, where we got to experience Anne Gathage reading Oyvind Berg’s poems and Trols Hurvey reading his own poems, and Carrie Bron performing his poems. Her cousin is Arild Nyquist. strong issues.
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Strong team tomorrow too
And tomorrow, there are new opportunities: Stallsberg, Professor of Books at Minibar, could reveal Jan Kjærstad is coming. So did Lynne Stalsberg, Helen Urey, Marian Bergsmark, and John Stahl Ritland. – In addition to a big surprise, she tempts the boss.
If you’re into a festival, stop by Breiseth for more information on the event. It’s not on the official program, but we can reveal that it starts at 2:30 p.m. on Friday.
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