Bjørn Larssen

About Bjørn Larssen

Bjørn Larssen is a Norse heathen made in Poland, but mostly located in a Dutch suburb, except for his heart which he lost in Iceland. Born in 1977, he self-published his first graphic novel at the age of seven in a limited edition of one, following this achievement several decades later with his first book containing multiple sentences and winning awards he didn’t design himself. His writing is described as ‘dark’ and ‘literary’, but he remains incapable of taking anything seriously for more than 60 seconds. Bjørn has a degree in mathematics and has worked as a graphic designer, a model, a bartender, and a blacksmith (not all at the same time). His hobbies include sitting by open fires, dressing like an extra from Vikings, installing operating systems, and dreaming about living in a log cabin in the north of Iceland. He owns one (1) husband and is owned by one (1) neighbourhood cat. 2022 Queer Indie Lit Award – Winner (Best Author – Speculative) 2021 Eric Hoffer Grand Prize Award – Finalist ('Storytellers') 2020 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Winner – Historical Fiction ('Storytellers') 2020 Stabby Award Nominee ('Children')

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