“In Denmark, as in all other places, it is almost impossible to make a living as a writer.” Adda Djørup, The Missing Slate’s Author of the Month for January, talks to Jacob Silkstone.Read More
Adda Djørup was born in 1972 in Denmark, where she grew up. She has lived in Madrid and Florence for several years respectively and has written poetry, prose, and drama. Among other distinctions, she has received the EU’s Literature Prize and the Danish Arts Foundation’s three-year working grant.
Original text of Adda Djørup’s Author of the Month interview with Jacob Silkstone.Read More
“The picture paints itself again and again… a room, a floor, a window. A table, a chair. Squares of sunshine on the floor. An indeterminable potted plant on the windowsill.” Story of the Week (January 23), by Adda Djørup. Translated from Danish by Peter Woltemade.Read More