A Long Row Home by Sigri Sandberg - Selected Title by NORLA
An old wooden boat. A long row in search of the meaning of Home. Sigri Sandberg’s new narrative non-fiction A Long Row Home is an essential and existential read and a beautiful fjord – voyage.
She describes ease and unease. In an apartment building in Oslo. On the swells of the Sognefjord. and in the depths of ourselves. Because when you row, you make waves. You are in harmony and disharmony with the elements and with yourself. So simple. So difficult, says Yngve Kveine, director for Communications at BI, Norway.