ICELAND REVIEW MAGAZINE (APRIL/MAY 2023):
FICTION the dip by Örvar Smárason
When my fingers started falling off, it became harder and harder to put my
From the Archive: The Changing Face of Iceland
From the archive: In this 1971 article from Iceland Review,
Haraldur Sigurðsson delves into the history of Icelandic cartography. Note
Individually, snowflakes are fragile, easily broken, dissolving into droplets of water at the mere touch of a finger or a breath of air, while en masse, they’re capable of wreaking havoc on the city streets and causing catastrophe when avalanching down a mountainside.