“Following the removal of her brain, things at home stayed mostly the same. They had plenty of visitors at first. People came to see the brain and those who had prided themselves on their grandmother's spinning wheel now jealously eyed the brain on the shelf. In the beginning she herself didn't feel any different.”
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The Reykjavík UNESCO City of Literature has put up a plaque in honour of Jón Árnason, collector of Icelandic folktales, on the 200 anniversary of his birth in August 2019.
This past July, Meg Matich and Gunnhildur Jónatansdóttir from Reykjavík took part in the translation workshop LitTransformer in Lviv, Ukraine, a UNESCO City of Literature.