The September/October issue of Iceland Review is out, full of colorful photos and articles. It includes all the latest on cultural events, promising artists, politics and interesting places to visit, as well as a roundup of sheep and the news.
Football fans will find an interview with Heimir Hallgrímsson, coach of the Icelandic men’s national football team; food enthusiasts will learn all about a farmers’ market near Reykjavík; and theater buffs will discover Brynhildur Guðjónsdóttir, the actress who played the role of one of the most famous of males from the Icelandic sagas.
For the artistically minded, there is coverage of an up-and-coming photographer in Iceland, as well as of the man who will represent Iceland at next year’s Venice Biennale.
You’ll be surprised to learn about all the interesting Icelandic seawomen, who are the subject of a new book Margaret Willson. If you’re puzzled by Iceland’s frosty reception of polar bears, see what the experts have to say about the subject.
Also, if you thought love stories lacked action, think again. Here, you have a chance to read a summary of the action-packed Icelandic saga Laxdæla, where love is as cruel as can be.
There are captivating pictures of landscape, as well as mouth-watering ones of colorful dishes.
The supplements include a restaurant guide, a collection of things made in Iceland, and an introduction to the Vestnorden Travel Trade Show.
A free copy of Iceland Review awaits you at Keflavík International Airport and at numerous hotels around the country. For information about how to subscribe, check our website.