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Jun 25, 2010"Má skrifa sögu í dag?": skáldritun barna og kennsla ritunarSólveig Jónsdóttir 1956
Feb 6, 2010A fictional narrative of Real-life Paris: Lily´s TaleJúlíana Björnsdóttir 1980
Jan 20, 2017The Birth of a Novella: On Lyra and the Creative Writing ProcessSteinunn Brynja Óðinsdóttir 1993
May 5, 2017A Book is a World unto Itself. On Writing the Novella The Glass HillElísabet Jónsdóttir 1991
Sep 5, 2016A Face in the Shadow: A Novel and Its CreationSilja Hrund Barkardóttir 1975
May 10, 2013Fjölskylda. SagnasveifurHalla Ólafsdóttir 1986
May 6, 2014From Spark to Flame. On Writing "I See Fire"Bjarki Dagur Svanþórsson 1990
May 2, 2014Giulietta's Dilemma. An Adaptation and Its CompositionKatrín Vilborgardóttir Gunnarsdóttir 1987
Jan 19, 2017The Magic of WritingJohanna Stöttinger 1994
May 5, 2017Merging Magic and Machine: On Writing Fixing For Better Days, A Cyberpunk FantasyStock, Greig Michael, 1986-
May 4, 2012Mikki, DV og skáldskapurinn: Mörk blaðamennsku og skáldskaparJakob Bjarnar Grétarsson 1962
May 9, 2017Pulling the Trigger: On Writing the Novella IvyEyrún Elíasdóttir 1994
May 12, 2014A Question of Identity: Exploring Cultural Assimilation Through Writing FictionAlda Sigmundsdóttir 1962
May 10, 2013Sögur frá Curramba þar sem strönd, sjór og vindur mætastAcosta Gómez, María del Pilar, 1971-
May 9, 2011Tasting Life. A Teenage Novel and a Report on the Prosess of Writing itÞórný Sigurjónsdóttir 1984
Jun 27, 2016Teaching a Stone to TalkSerné, Ananda, 1988-
May 8, 2013Veiðimaðurinn. SmásagaGunnhildur Helga Steinþórsdóttir 1989
May 5, 2014Writing for Money: The Muse and the Market in the English Newspaper Novel from the Nineteenth to Twenty-First CenturiesAsch, Mark, 1984-
May 8, 2017Þannig er saga okkar. Um sagnritunarsjálfsögur og skáldsöguna Hundadaga eftir Einar Má GuðmundssonXinyu Zhang 1994
May 8, 2013Þvinguð ÞögnÓlöf Skaftadóttir 1988
May 13, 2011“If he be Mr Hyde...I shall be Mr Seek.” Robert Louis Stevenson’s Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and its place within crime fictionFríða Kristinsdóttir 1974