Hi! My name is Frida and this is my corner of the web.
I enjoy reading, baking, drinking øl, plants, and words.

In my spare time I help run Ark Books on Møllegade, Kbh . I also organize
Lyse Nætter, an annual literary street also on Møllegade, Kbh festival.


♨ FRESH ♨ Here's a short piece of my writing: quote of many colours. published in "Word Vomit", arkcore: Issue 02

Here's another: best day ever. published in "Salad Days", arkcore: Issue 01

Occasionally, I translate Leaving the Atocha Station by Ben Lerner.
For pleasure.


And here is a list of books I've read over the past few years,
in no particular order.

Title Author
The Bricks that Built the Houses Kae Tempest
Lolita Vladimir Nabokov
You Know You Want This Kristen Roupenian
Convenience Store Woman Sayaka Murata
The Vegetarian Han Kang
Notes from the Underground Fyodor Dostoevsky
The Master and Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov
Future Sex Emily Witt
I Love Dick Chris Kraus
Publish and Perish James Hynes
The Hobbit JRR Tolkien
How the Other Half Lives Jacob A Riis
The Communist Manifesto Marx, Engels
Nordkraft Jakob Ejersbo
The Stranger Albert Camus
Intet Janne Teller
Forklædt som nazist Charlotte Johannsen
Doppler Erlend Loe
Geniet Nils Thorsen
L Erlend Loe
Det man skal Anders Peder Weitze
Outline Rachel Cusk
Reading Lolita in Tehran Azar Nafisi
Grief is the Thing With Feathers Max Porter
Leaving the Atocha Station Ben Lerner
The End of Alice A.M. Holmes
The Nose Nikolai Gogol
The Double Fyodor Dostoevsky
A Hero of Our Time Mikhail Lermontov
Suicide Édouard Levé
10:04 Ben Lerner
The Topeka School Ben Lerner
The Hole Pyun Hye-young
Laughter in the Dark Vladimir Nabokov
Purple Hibiscus Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Strange Weather in Tokyo Hiromi Kawakami
Swimming in the Dark Tomasz Jędrowski
Detransition, Baby Torrey Peters
On Connection Kae Tempest
After the Sun Jonas Eika
Dogs of Summer Andrea Abreu
Crimson Niviaq Korneliussen
The Black Spectacles John Dickson Carr
Suddenly at His Residence Christianna Brand
The Summer Book Tove Jansson
Heart of a Dog Mikhail Bulgakov
What You Are Looking For Is in the Library Michiko Aoyama
He Who Whispers John Dickson Carr
Poor Folk Fyodor Dostoevsky