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About Naja Marie Aidt
Naja Marie Aidt was born in Greenland and raised in Copenhagen. She is the author of seven collections of poetry and five short story collections, including Baboon (Two Lines Press), which received the Nordic Council's Literature Prize and the Danish Critics Prize for Literature. Rock, Paper, Scissors is her first novel.
K.E. Semmel is a writer and translator whose work has appeared in Ontario Review, the Washington Post, Aufgabe, The Brooklyn Review, The Bitter Oleander, and elsewhere. His translations include books by Karin Fossum, Erik Valeur, and Simon Fruelund.
Other books by Naja Marie Aidt
Copenhagen NoirBo Tao Michaëlis and Naja Marie Aidt and Jonas T. Bengtsson and Helle Helle and Christian Dorph and Simon Pasternak and Susanne Staun and Lene Kaaberbøl and Agente Friis and Klaus Rifbjerg and Gretelise Holm and Georg Ursin and Kristian Lundberg and Kristina Stoltz and Seyit Öztürk and Benn Q. Holm and Gunnar Staalesen
Other books by K.E. Semmel
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