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Anne Fortier

Anne Fortier is a Danish / Canadian writer who has lived in the US and Canada since 2002. She was born to mother Birgit Malling Eriksen. Fortier submitted her first manuscript for publication at the age of 13. Since then, she has written the novels Hyrder på bjerget (in Danish, 2005),Juliet (in English, 2010), Julie (co-written with Nina Bolt in Danish, 2013), Amazonerne's Ring (in Danish, 2013) and The Lost Sisterhood (in English, 2014)

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While at Oxford in 1999, I met Jonathan Fortier, who is a Montreal-born Canadian. Despite the challe ...

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After the dress rehearsal that afternoon, someone had misplaced the vial of poison, and for lack of ...

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Within the realm of fiction, it is always tempting to set one's stories in a dystopian future, where ...

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The Hawley Book of the Dead had me completely spellbound from beginning to end. A storytelling virtu ...

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I absolutely believe the past had its share of warrior women who fought like men. Whether some of th ...

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A novel is, hopefully, the starting point of a conversation, one in which the author engages readers ...

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But he is an Italian," was Umberto's sensible reply. "He doesn't care if you break some law a little ...

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Don't underestimate the power of events that happened a long time ago. That is the tragic flaw of mo ...

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By the time we left college, I had become my own image: a dandelion in the flower bed of society. Ki ...

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I wish I had the power to flip my reality upside down like an hourglass, and that life wasn't a fini ...

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You were right and I was wrong. When life hurts more than death, it is not worth living.

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Verona is a very beautiful city, but Siena just never ceases to fascinate me.

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It put him in mind of the grand death of Julius Caesar, stabbed by a throng of Roman senators and dy ...

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Who is more amateurish, more vulnerable---those who rely on machines that need to be plugged in, or ...

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