|Henning Kramer Dahl
Henning Kramer Dahl was born 1962 in Oslo, and attended Law School
before publishing his first collection of poems in 1983. Since then he
has published many book in several genres, athough he remains primarily
a poet. He has also worked as a journalist, a literary critic, and a film
reviewer. His many translations include books by Derek Walcott, Sylvia
Plath, James Joyce, Fernado Pessoa and Jaques Dupin. As an editor he has
introduced to Norwegian readers major contemporary poets such as Seamus
Heaney, Wislawa Szymborska and Bei Dao. Music has been a major theme in
his poetry. In 1997 the collection Blue Note Boulevards, a poetic
celebration of jazz, appeared in English.
Henning Kramer Dahl lives outside Oslo in his grandparentsí house,
with his wife and their daughter.
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