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A bi-monthly conversation about writing, creativity and the world we live in. Author Linn Ullmann talks to some of the world’s most exciting literary voices about their books, their writing process and how they view the world and current events around them.
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How To Proceed The House of Literature

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A bi-monthly conversation about writing, creativity and the world we live in. Author Linn Ullmann talks to some of the world’s most exciting literary voices about their books, their writing process and how they view the world and current events around them.
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    Edwidge Danticat

    Edwidge Danticat

    In this episode, the Haitian-American writer Edwidge Danticat talks to our guest interviewer, writer and editor John Freeman, about mourning and death, about birds and migration, about literary ancestors - and Toni Morrison.
    Read more about Danticat, Freeman and everything they talked about in our show notes.

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    • 1 t. 10 min.
    Bonus Episode:

    Bonus Episode:

    Listen to Deborah Levy read, first an excerpt from her memoir The Cost of Living, and then an excerpt from Swimming Home.
    Music by Kingocito and Sandra Kolstad. Artwork by Julius Vidarssønn Langhoff.

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    • 8 min.
    Deborah Levy

    Deborah Levy

    Our guest in this episode is the British writer Deborah Levy. She talks to Linn Ullmann about living and writing in lock-down, about intimacy and formality, the personal and political, and how “The “I” is always a we. She also talks about mothers, swimming and how it takes someone leaving to understand them better.
    Be sure to check out our show notes for more information and links to what they talk about.

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    • 1 t. 3 min.
    Bonus Episode: A Reading by Édouard Louis

    Bonus Episode: A Reading by Édouard Louis

    Listen to the French writer Édouard Louis read a short excerpt from his latest book, Who Killed My Father?
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    • 2 min.
    Édouard Louis

    Édouard Louis

    Our guest in this episode is the French writer Édouard Louis. He talks about writing for your enemies, Black Lives Matter, Toni Morrison and ghosts at the table. Read more in our show notes here.
    Talking to Louis is the British writer Nadifa Mohamed, one of three guest interviewers as Linn Ullmann takes some time off to finish her novel. You can read more about Mohamed and our two other guest interviewers here.


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    • 1 t. 10 min.
    Bonus Episode: A reading by Jenny Erpenbeck

    Bonus Episode: A reading by Jenny Erpenbeck

    Listen to the German author Jenny Erpenbeck reading an excerpt from her novel End of Days (translated into English by Susan Bernofsky).
    Music by Kingocito and Sandra Kolstad. Artwork by Julius Vidarssønn Langhoff.

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    • 4 min.

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