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Graphic Lit

from the December 2014 issue

The Art of Falling

The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling
The Art of Falling

Inga Sætre

Inga Sætre (b. 1978) is an animator and attends Oslo National Academy of the Arts. She is best known for the comic series Møkkajentene, and for her graphic novel Fallteknikk (2011), which earned her the prestigious Brage Award. She was also nominated to the Nordic Council’s Literature Prize for the same novel.

Photo credit: Vidar M. S. Husby


Translated from Norwegian by Rosie Louise Hedger

Rosie Hedger was born in Scotland and completed her MA (Hons) in Scandinavian Studies at the University of Edinburgh. She has lived and worked in Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, and now lives in York, where she combines literary translation from Norwegian with lecturing and research in Applied Linguistics. Rosie was a candidate in the British Centre for Literary Translation’s mentoring scheme for emerging translators in 2012, mentored by Don Bartlett.

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