FLOEGSTAD, Kjartan. Also writes as Kjartan Villum. Norwegian, b. 1944. Genres: Poetry, Novels, Translations. Career: Freelance writer, c. 1968-. Also worked as a sailor, industrial worker, and a reader for a publishing house. Publications: POETRY: Valfart (Pilgrimage), 1968; Seremoniar (Ceremonies), 1968; Dikt og spelmannmusikk 1968-1993 (Poems and Fiddler's Music), 1993. NONFICTION: Den hemmelege jubel (The Secret Cheering), 1970; Loven vest for Pecos, og andre essays om populoer kunst og kulturindustri (The Law West of Pecos, and Other Essays on Popular Art and the Culture Industry), 1981; Ordlyden (Wording), 1983; Tyrannosaurus Text, 1988; Portrett av eit magisk liv: Poeten Claes Gill (Portrait of a Magic Life: The Poet Claes Gill), 1988; Arbeidets lys (The Light of Work), 1990; Pampa Union: Latinamerikanske reiser (travel; Pampa Union: Travels in Latin America), 1994. NOVELS: Fangliner (Mooring Lines), 1972; Rasmus, 1974; (As Kjartan Villum) Doeden ikke heller (Not Even Death), 1975; (as Villum) Ein for alle (One for All), 1976; Dalen Portland, 1977, trans. by N. Christensen as Dollar Road, 1989; Fyr og flamme (Fire and Flame), 1980; U3, 1983; Det 7. klima: Salim Mahmood i Media Thule (The Seventh Climate: Salim Mahmood in Media Thule), 1986; Kniven pa strupen (The Knife at the Throat), 1991; Fimbul, 1994. TRANSLATIONS: De tre roevarane (The Three Robbers), by J.T. Ungerer, 1973; Litteratur i revolusjonen: Dikt fra Cuba (Literature and Revolution: Poetry From Cuba), 1973; Dikt i utval (Selected Poetry), by Pablo Neruda, 1973. Address: Maridalsvg. 265B, 0872 Oslo 8, Norway.
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