January 14-January 18 2019
United States

Literature Go Global to New York

From January 14-18th, the Literature Go Global group and seven Norwegian literary agencies will be in New York City as part of the competence program for Literature Go Global, where they will participate in an extensive program, along with US agents, scouts, publishers, bookstores and other industry figures, for a unique insight into the US book market.
Literature Go Global is a collaboration between the Ministry of Culture, Innovation Norway and NORLA. The New York program is organised in collaboration with the Frankfurt Book Fair’s New York office.

Read more:
About the Literature Go Global-program here.

About Frankfurt Book Fair New York Inc. here.

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(Photo: Stine Lunde, Innovation Norway).

Upcoming activities

September 28-October 1

Norway and NORLA at the Gothenburg Book Fair

NORLA will take part in the Gothenburg Book Fair, September 28– October 1. You will find us in the International Rights Centre, table G05.
Please contact Oliver Møystad if you would like to book a meeting.

For the first time in years there will be a Norwegian stand at the Book Fair, in cooperation with the Norwegian Embassy in Stockholm, Voksenåsen and NORLA. Welcome to stand B05:60!

There will also be a range of events with Norwegian authors and literary players on different stages across the Book Fair, including at the stand. See the rich programme in its entirety here.

October 1

Application deadline: Translation subsidy for Norwegian non-fiction

Application deadline: Translation subsidy for Norwegian non-fiction
Read more about the translation subsidy for Norwegian non-fiction here.

Foreign publishers may also apply for production subsidies for the publication of Norwegian non-fiction containing a large number of illustrations or with exceptionally demanding technical production requirements.
Read more about the scheme here.

October 2-October 10
Serbia - Belgrade

Focus on Norwegian and Nordic literature for young readers in Serbia

The Department of Scandinavian Studies at the University in Belgrade is organizing an exhibition of Nordic children’s and YA literature translated into Serbian from October 2nd to 8th. They are hosting several smaller events in connection with the exhibition, including panel discussions, book launches, and lectures for students. One of the collaborators is the Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade.