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Kim Leine Wins The Nordic Council Literature Prize 2013

Posted at 8:22AM Friday 01 Nov 2013

The Danish - Norwegian author Kim Leine wins the Nordic Council Literature Prize 2013 for the novel 'Profeterne i Evighedsfjorden' (Gyldendal 2012).

Leine was born in Norway and moved to Denmark when he was 17. Kim Leine has lived and worked in Greenland for 15 years. He returned to Denmark in 2004 and made his debut with his memoir novel ''Kalka' (2007).

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