Niels Fredrik Dahl
|Born||11 May 1957|
|Occupation||Poet, novelist, short story writer, playwright|
Niels Fredrik Dahl (born 11 May 1957) is a Norwegian novelist, poet and dramatist. He was awarded the Brage Prize in 2002 for the novel På vei til en venn.He has also written scripts for TV series. Dahl is married to author and journalist Linn Ullmann.
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