“Short stories in a class of their own.” Dagsavisen
A woman works in a psychiatric ward located in an abandoned monastery. A visual artist isolates himself from the outside world to create exact replicas of other people’s paintings. A woman travels to Arkhangelsk and discovers the remains of her childhood. A boy seeks refuge in the woods of Sweden at the beginning of the 20th century.
No One Holy is a condensed collection of short stories from one of Norway’s most groundbreaking, award-winning young voices. Roskva Koritzinsky writes about loneliness, and about longing to find your way home, but not knowing the way.