Fríða Ísberg

Fríða Ísberg (b. 1992) is “one of the most remarkable writers of a new generation”, according to the judging panel of the Nordic Council Literature Prize. Her short story collection, Itch, was nominated for the prize in 2020, as well as The Icelandic Women’s Literature Prize and won The Icelandic Booksellers’ Prize. Her work has been translated into five languages and has appeared in various publications abroad as well as at home. She occasionally writes reviews for The Times Literary Supplement. Ísberg is also a member of the poetry collective Impostor Poets and has published three books of poetry with the collective.

Anthologies featuring Fríða Ísberg

The Book of Reykjavik

Ten stories about the capital of Iceland.