Peter Adolphsen
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Peter Adolphsen

Peter Adolphsen

Peter Adolphsen

 

Peter Adolphsen (1972) graduated at the School of Creative Writing (Forfatterskolen) in Copenhagen, where he teaches today. He made his debute with Små Historier [Small Stories] in 1996, followed by Små Historier 2 in 2000. He also wrote two short novels Brummstein (The Rock that Mumbles) in 2003 and Machine in 2006.

Machine was translated to English (editions for Great Britain and USA), German (editions for Germany and Switzerland), Norweigan and Serbian, and Brummstein was translated to German (Swiss edition), French, Italian, Norweigan, Dutch and Swedish.

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