- In Defense of the Politics of the Impossible – The Case of World Citizens for Peace
- Do We Have Faith in Humanity?
- Per Wästberg, Swedish Academy Chair, on Stig
- For One Day A Year, Let’s Make Believe….
- On Seeking And Offering Refuge
- CRITIC’S BEST BOOK PICK 2014: Dagerman’s Short Fiction
- To Stig’s Memory Nov 4, 2014
- Self Deception In A BURNT CHILD
- Stig Into Turkish
- Meeting Stig
- Reading A BURNT CHILD
- In the Forest of Paradoxes
- Island of the Doomed Reviewed
- Reading ISLAND OF THE DOOMED
- Writer’s Role: To Build Bridges And Break Glass
- To Dialogue with Dagerman
- Anita on Stig
- Stig’s Christmas Message
- “Somehow the door to my life is locked …
- Should we care when guilty people suffer?
- “She came to the farm and bore me … and then vanished.”
- “I seek consolation as a hunter tracking prey”
Tag Archives: Dagerman
October 5 – Stig’s birthday. A hectic day on his paternal grandparents’ small farm, because it was in the middle of the potato harvest. And here was this girl from one of the towns up north, pregnant by one of … Continue reading