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.
Pedro is caught between a rock and a hard place when he wants to scold a fellow commuter.
Young siblings walk together along a gravel road on a dark Icelandic autumn night, discussing whether there exists things that one sees better in darkness than in daylight.
Talk to strangers is a collection of illustrated short stories where each piece tells the tale of an encounter with an alien form, be it a stranger in the street, a foreign point of view or an internal dialog with the concealed part of our own subconsciousness.
Tale of a troubled mind told in English using a traditional Icelandic poetry form.