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3/2012
Noveller [Short stories]

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Magnus Hedlund
Mognad
Maturity
Beata Agrell
Novellgenren, traditionerna och experimenten
The short story genre, traditions and experiments
Dorothee Elmiger
De närvarande
Those present
Tova Gerge
Dessa stövlar (en felaktig översättning]
These boots (a faulty translation)
Claire Keegan
En lång och plågsam död
The long and painful death
Caterina Pascual Söderbaum
Pontevedra, Galicien, natten till den 13 juli 1936
Pontevedra, Galicia, the night before July 13, 1936
Alva Dahl
Mötet vid gsränsen
The meeting at the border
Aslı Erdoğan
Morgongästen
The morning visitor
Aleksander Niedziela
Hatar inte, älskar inte, hungrar inte
No hate, no love, no hunger
Annika Korpi
Där de haltande råttorna samlas om natten, I korsningen Left Henrietta/Lambrosie Park, där, och enbart där, kan dessa rader hämta sin näring
Where the limping rats gather at night, there, nowhere but there, can these lines find their nourishment
Péter Hendi
Olympia
Olympia
Selene Hellström
Irrfärder
Wanderings
Magnus Mills
Först när solen lyser klar
Only when the sun shines brightly
Gunnar Björling
"Det är mycket svårt att skriva en novell"
"It is very difficult to write a short story"
Marie Norin
Om Nio sätt att beskriva regnet av Per Odensten
On Nio sätt att beskriva regnet ["Nine ways to describe the rain"] by Per Odensten
Isabella Varricchio
Om Grand mal av Linda Boström Knausgård
On Grand mal by Linda Boström Knausgård
Matilda Södergran
Om Be för mig i tusen år av Yiyun Li
On Be för mig i tusen år [A thousand years of good prayers] by Yiyun Li
Sanne Näsling
Om Undantagen av Mats Kolmisoppi
On Undantagen ["The exceptions"] by Mats Kolmisoppi
Mikela Lundahl
Om Det där som nästan kväver dig av Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
On Det där som nästan kväver dig [The thing around your neck] by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie


 

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