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Fríða Ísberg is an Icelandic author
based in Reykjavík.
Her debut novel THE MARK won
the Icelandic Booksellers Award,
the P.O. Enquist Award and
the Icelandic Women’s Literature Prize,
her short story collection Kláði
was nominated for The Nordic Council Literature Prize and she is the 2021
recipient for The Optimist Award,
handed by the President of Iceland
to one national artist.
Fríða is a member of Svikaskáld
and she occasionally writes reviews
for The Times Literary Supplement.
Her work has been or is to be
translated into19 languages.
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