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  Author: Stefan Jonasson

Valur Gunnarsson, author of The Eagle and the Falcon

What might have happened if it had been the Germans rather than the British who occupied Iceland in 1940? That is the premise underlying Valur Gunnarsson’s imaginative new novel, Örninn og Fálkinn (The Eagle and the Falcon), an alternative history of Iceland during the Second World War, in which the country is invaded by the Nazis on the very day that British troops arrived in real history. . . .

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Photo: Stefan Jonasson

Author: Valur Gunnarsson, Reykjavík, Iceland

The sun never shines it burns
The world never goes it turns
The wind never blows it wails
And the ship never sets sail

The stars never twinkle they flicker
The seasons never change they bicker
The days never end they withdraw
There’s nothing to fight for but the war

The child never smiles it needs
The wound never heals it bleeds
Money never stays it flees
No one is down by the sea

The girl never cries she whimpers
The hand never strikes it lingers
The man never goes he stays
No one leaves but the waves

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Iceland is a work of art

Image © Jon Gustafsson

Author: Mackenzie Kristjon, Hamilton, ON

It would surprise no one who reads Lögberg-Heimskringla to hear that Iceland is a photographer's dream with all of the fascinating landscapes and the northern lights and the glaciers and the geysers and the volcanoes and the puffins and, and, and ... They didn’t happen upon that “Inspired By Iceland” slogan by accident. As indicated by the title of Jon Gustafsson's recently published coffee table book, Iceland is a Work of Art.  . . .

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