fredag, august 04, 2006


1. One book that changed your life:
When I was ten my teacher showed me the local public library. I borrowed one book. Which one isn’t important. The point is: I returned it the next day and borrowed two.

2. One book you’ve read more than once:
When and where does the reading ends? I don’t know. Some of the books I’ve been reading the last couple of years: Jörgen Gassilewski, skapelsens sedelärande samtal; Fredrik Nyberg, Åren; Helena Eriksson, strata; Ulf Karl Olov Nilsson, Block; Johan Jönson, I krigsmaskinen. And a lot more Swedish poetry.

3. One book you’d want on a desert island:
How to survive without books on a desert island, by J. L.

4. One book that made you giddy:
Martin Högström, Transfutura.

5. One book that wracked you with sobs:
Hmm, Harry Potter V (this feels like a confession).

6. One book that you wish had been written:
The one H is working on.

7. One book you wish had never been written:
Do you mean never been published? Or never read by certain people?

8. One book you’re currently reading:
Emmanuel Hocquard, En prøve på ensomhet; Jacques Roubaud, Noget sort; Leevi Lehto, Lake Onega and Other Poems (manuscript); Jordan Scott, blert (manuscript); OEI, Finlandsnumret (anthology of Finnish poetry translated into Swedish, manuscript); Gregory Betts, If Language; Angela Rawlings, wide slumper for lepidopterists; Johan Jönson, Collobert orbital; Fredrik Nyberg, Det blir inte rättvist bara för att båda blundar; Caroline Bergvall, Fig, among others.

9. One book you’ve been meaning to read:
Right now: Jessica Smith, Organic Furniture Cellar; Derek Beaulieu, Fractal Economies.

10. Now tag five bloggers:
Johannes, Susanne, Miia, Martin, Marko.

11. Now tag four people:
Jørn, Espen, Mazdak, Stian.

onsdag, august 02, 2006

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