Imagine you are a Danish soldier trapped in a German bunker during World War I, and you are writing what could be your last letter to the beloved back home. Follow the pupils who tried with author Kåre Bluitgen as their guide.
Listening to a great story has been one of my favorite things to do since early childhood. Luckily, reading sessions never seems to go out of style among literates – even at a time when audio books sell like hot cakes. Café Retro in central Copenhagen is the much happy owner of a comfortable red […]
Spring is coming and with it the need for sexual pleasure. The German composer Richard Wagner understood that better than anyone – and yet he felt ashamed of his lust, living in a conservative society. That is why his music became his own area of sexual freedom. Denmark’s very best expert on Wagner is the […]
I have written about great literature before – and how you can go berserk in books for free. This year’s Literature Festival in Copenhagen is no exception. In the following week various authors (and their books) will concern themselves with the theme “the body”. And what way can be better to kick off the festival […]
Have you ever made a list of 10 things you DO NOT WISH to hear from your lover in bed? Poetry slammer Peter Dyreborg has … as a crazy warm-up for a Poetry Slam Contest he decided to read out 10 random lines from a Donald Duck-book with the above headline. Great fun! If you […]