Kinam Online Store Launch

Last Sunday, Oslo based Wax Print Designer – Kinam launched her online clothing store at a party held at Uhørt Torggata Olso. The event was a blend of fashion and music as Oslo based rapper Oscar Blessson also premiered the music video for his new hit ‘Fill The Bag’…Here are a few pictures from her summer 2017 Collection’s look book – Don’t Be Basic! The collection features beautiful bold designs and colours for fashion enthusiasts who love to stand out.

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Ngugi Wa Thiong’o In Conversations With Grace Mutandwa. June 1, 2017.

Join Zimbabwean writer Grace Mutandwa at the Norsk Litteratur Festival 2017 for an afternoon in conversations with one of Africa’s renowned writers Ngugi Wa Thiong’o at KL14:15 on Thursday June 1, 2017 at the Lillehammer Hotel. His journey through exile and how his decision to write in his mother tongue – Kikuyu has influenced and shaped his creativity.

Ngugi wa Thiong`o is one of Africa’s most celebrated authors, and is often discussed in connection with the Nobel Prize for literature. Thiong’o was first published in English, the language of the authorities, but then began writing in his mother tongue, Kikuyu, a decision that led to both imprisonment and corporal punishment. Since his debut in 1962, he has written more than 30 books in different genres and this spring he is making headlines in Norway with the Norwegian translation of The River Between (Elven som skiller).

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Literature Husets hosts ‘Somali Days – A Nation Of Poets’ May 5 – May 7, 2017

What does it mean to be Somali today, and how is the new generation influencing the literature? During these Somali days at the House of Literature in Oslo, these questions will be discussed by invited writers and intellectuals.

To begin it’s 10th year anniversary celebrations, Litteratur Huset is dedicating its first weekend in May to new Somali Literature.

From May 5th – May 7th Somali literature, poetry and identity will be discussed amongst vibrant minds, young writers, artists and musicians living in different parts of the world with Somali roots.

They will be articulating amongst others the experience of straddling different cultures and the often complex and challenging relationship to the ‘motherland’. They will also be sharing on how they are working to create new standards for writing literature which carry on history and culture.

For information on the full program and guest speakers visit Litteraturhusets website here