Norvik Press publishes high-quality
translations of Nordic and Baltic fiction.

We are a non-profit publisher with a specialism in translated fiction from the Nordic region.
We also publish a Scandinavica, a fully open access peer-reviewed publication in the field of Scandinavian studies,
and Swedish Book Review, which celebrates Swedish literature and promotes its translation.

Translated Fiction

Our catalogue of translated fiction features classic books by authors such as Selma Lagerlöf, Amalie Skram and August Strindberg, as well as contemporary bestsellers from authors like Vigdis Hjorth and Kirsten Thorup.


Scandinavica is a scholarly journal focusing on the literature and culture of all the Nordic countries. The journal is published Gold Open Access and articles go through a double blind peer review.

Swedish Book Review

Launched in 1983, SBR presents Swedish-language literature to the English-speaking world, through feature articles, translated extracts, interviews, book reviews and more. 

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Penwoman Redux
The enduring appeal of Elin Wägner’s suffragist classic ‘For the Hard Labour Gang, it was …
Amalie Skram: feminist or not?
In many ways, the Norwegian writer Amalie Skram (1846–1905) was an archetypal feminist. Outspoken and …
On the delight of dual-language editions
Students of languages will attest to the usefulness of dual-language editions, where the source text …
A new selection of poems by Pentti Saarikoski
Herewith I cease the writing of poetry. I’m not swearing to it, mind. Could be …

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