The stories fall mainly in the genre of realistic fiction but often include an element of fantasy, introducing interesting characters, intriguing situations or funny dialogs. The poems are largely inspired the traditional Icelandic “ferskeytt” style.
The narrator sits by the window, staring into the darkness. The clock counts dutifully every second. Something is about to happen.
She rushes across the square because she is ashamed of being late for an appointment with her friend.
A short story about a university professor is waiting for his connecting flight at Bogotá International Airport when he is drawn into a conversation with the man sitting besides him. Annoyed at first with being disturbed, the professor gradually becomes interested in the curious tale the man has to tell.
He’s the arbiter of knowledge, the source for what is true. He charges nothing for his wisdom, making it at hand for me and you…