Self-centred, self-revealing and self-ironic. Self-Centered (Selvopptatt) is a humorous and perceptive book about being a writer and a woman. A writer goes to Visby on Gotland to write, but the writing process is challenged when she becomes involved in a triangular drama with a Lithuanian poet and a Polish crime writer. Elisiv Lindkvist writes insightfully about sex, art, roles and the expectations which direct our lives.
Honest about writing and men.
'She is open, direct and honest, both about writing and the dealings with men. This makes the novel interesting, because we are convinced that what she is writing will apply to many young writers.
This way she succeedes with writing a novel about young writers writing, being a direct and honest young feminist.'
'A fresh and entertaining tale about an unusual lady who is smart enough to take up what life has to offer.'
'This book is very warmly recommended!'
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