Kari Dickson


Kari Dickson is a literary translator. She translates from Norwegian, and her work includes literary fiction, literary fiction, children's books, theatre, and nonfiction. In 2019, Book*hug Press published her translation of Rune Christiansen's Fanny and the Mystery in Grieving Forest. She is also an occasional tutor in Norwegian language, literature and translation at the University of Edinburgh, and has worked with the British Centre for Literary Translation (BCLT) and the National Centre for Writing. She lives in Edinburgh, Scotland.



Thomas Enger


Killed, 5

Thomas Enger


It Was Just, Yesterday

Mirja Unge


My Father's Arms Are a Boat

Stein Erik Lunde and Øyvind Torseter


The Heartless Troll

Øyvind Torseter



Håkon Øvreås and Øyvind Torseter



Øyvind Torseter


Knots: Stories

Gunnhild Øyehaug


The Ballad of a Broken Nose

Arne Svingen



Thomas Enger


Fanny and the Mystery in the Grieving Forest

Rune Christiansen


The Whisperer, 13

Karin Fossum


Agnes's Place

Marit Larsen and Jenny Løvlie


Wait, Blink Lib/E: A Perfect Picture of Inner Life

Gunnhild Øyehaug


Present Tense Machine

Gunnhild Øyehaug