Nils Christian MOE-REPSTAD

Nils C. Moe-Repstad Norwegian poet. (born 01.02.72)
Published 6 volumes of poetry to critical acclaim, on a major Norwegian publisher Kolon (Gyldendal).
Two national literary awards (Sørlandets litt. prize, Bokhandlerforeningens litt. prize), and a nomination for the european Tivoli poetry prize by the Allegorein association, festival mediterraneo Rome, Italy (12-14 poems, translated to Italian and published in an Italian anthology).
Worked in collaborative projects with musicians, namely around the international Punkt festival. Among others David Sylvian in 2011. And also with the renowned artist Jan Groth (drawings in my third book).

 

 

 

 

 

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