The March/April issue of Iceland Review is out, filled with quality material. In it, you’ll find in-depth coverage of news and cultural events.
There is an interview with Chief Superintendent Grímur Grímsson about the investigation of the disappearance and death of 20-year-old Birna Brjánsdóttir, a case that deeply affected the Icelandic nation.
In political coverage, you’ll find an article explaining what to expect from the new Icelandic government that took power in January.
There are interviews with writers and a new star athlete, as well as coverage of issues as diverse the latest Icelandic design, investment successes, and a feast of fish heads.
The issue is filled with stunning landscape photos, with a special focus on glaciers and the shore. Old photos from Stykkishólmur are also featured, giving you a glimpse into the world of yesterday.
As before, there are reviews of recent releases: a book, a film and a music album. In the News Roundup section, you’ll find a summary of all the major news stories of the past two months.
A violent part of Iceland’s history is remembered, with a shocking account of the Turkish Raid, when Barbary privateers attacked Iceland and sold their victims into slavery.
On an uplifting note, there is a poetic account of the wonders of Goðafoss waterfall, adorned with vivid descriptions and historical detail.
Finally, the new issue includes supplements on investing, North Iceland and on driving in Iceland.
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