Nuori Voima ["Youthful Strength"] is one of the leading and oldest literary reviews in Finland, with six issues per year and a circulation of approximately 1000 copies. It has been published continuously since 1908. Nuori Voima is published by Nuoren Voiman Liitto (established in 1921), a non-profit organization subsidized by the Finnish Ministry of Education. Our material includes Finnish and translated poetry, short stories, fiction, and essays on literary theory, philosophy, and political thought, as well as critical reviews and literary interviews. Among our contributors, we have a number of promising and youthful Finnish poets, writers, translators, scholars, and thinkers. Along with important new Finnish writing, we wish to continue to publish translations of important breakthroughs in contemporary foreign fiction and untranslated classics from the twentieth century, as well as translations of current essays and articles that otherwise might not become available to Finnish readers.
Articles published in Eurozine
Why theatre is leaping behind other art forms in the 21st century. [more]
Notes on the essence and effects of a voice
Dandy, bohemian, gay icon, pop singer: A portrait of Morrissey. [more]
Malevich, Stalin, Laibach
The tempestous relations between art and politics. [more]