North of the Sun, South of the Moon

North of the SunSix degrees south of the Arctic Circle lies the city of Oslo. Though the sun both rises and sets here all year round, life is not without its challenges, especially for expatriates and those with their hearts in other lands. We must accept the darkness in order to appreciate the light.
A woman struggles to free herself from a tainted relationship…
A man takes it upon himself to atone for the racism in his own country…
An office worker accepts the violent consequences of embracing his true nature…
The shadow falling past a window changes everything for another man who has given up hope…
North of the Sun, South of the Moon: New Voices From Norway is a collection of short stories, essays and poetry written by those who have chosen a life of extremes: darkness and light, isolation and camaraderie, the familiar and the foreign. These evocative, poignant stories offer a nuanced look at the complex experience of adapting to life in the north.
Oslo International Writers’ Group contributors are: Audrey Camp, Evelinn Enoksen, Zoë Harris, Anna Maria Moore, Chelsea Ranger, Mauricio Ruiz, Bree Switzer and Brian M. Talgo.
All profits and royalties will be donated to Utdanningshjelpen, a Norwegian volunteer organization helping children and young people in developing countries reach their education goals.
Copyright © 2013 Grimbold Books
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